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Smaller quantum dots can generate more energy for solar cells

New information about the efficiency of smaller quantum dots was provided by a research team from the United States-based National Science Foundation. According to them, the quantum dot solar cells are capable to produce more electricity from the same amount of absorbed light.

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Exillon Energy appraises oil findings in Western Siberia

Exillon Energy, a British independent oil company with upstream operations in two oil rich regions of northern Russia, has revealed an oil finding from the appraisal well 5 (EWS I - 50P) in western Siberia.

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Crude oil declines for the fourth consecutive day on NYMEX

Crude oil prices continued to ease for the fourth consecutive day in New York as Libyan rebels gained ground against the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, boosting expectations that the Libyan unrest will be finished soon and oil production from the nation may be restored quicker than expected.

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Daily energy Overview, Monday, March 28, 2011

U.S. crude futures eased on Friday on profit taking, but registered the highest weekly increase in last three weeks, up 4.28 percent supported by supply concerns in Libya and lasting unrest in the Middle East countries.

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Solar windows to be installed on the Willis Tower in Chicago

Pythagoras Solar, a provider of building integrated solar systems, will install integrated photovoltaic windows on one of the Chicago’s skyscrapers, Willis Tower. The expanding of the pilot project, which has been brought into action in November, last year, will help achieve the “tower’s” goal to generate other 2 MW of its own renewable energy.

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