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Data Loggers for Solar Power Applications

Data Loggers

Solar Power Applications

Data loggers play an important role in the production of many alternative energy sources including solar power. Measuring and auditing energy consumption is another way that data loggers help support and guide the energy industries. MadgeTech’s voltage data loggers are also ideal for use in determining possible locations for solar panels.

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Known for being one of the windiest and sunniest places in Australia, South Australia has become a leader in green energy. The state will soon be home to one of the biggest solar farms in the world, boosting 3.4 million solar panels and 1.1 million individual batteries.

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Solar energy has long been seen as a clean, readily available fuel source with the potential to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and other pollutants. Now that solar panels are a common sight on rooftops and along the side of highways, some medical researchers believe it's time to take the next step: putting solar cells inside the human body. While such a procedure may sound like something from the realm of science fiction, a research team led by Lukas Bereuter of Bern University in Switzerland recently completed a study that determined it is feasible to power a cardiac pacemaker using a subcutaneous (under skin) implanted solar cell.

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Pharmaceutical manufacturing is costly in ways that extend beyond traditional monetary expense. Synthesizing drugs often requires the use of toxic chemicals and large amounts of energy that are drawn from burning fossil fuels. This means that creating beneficial drugs for humans may have an adverse effect on the planet as a whole. In an attempt to simplify and clean up this process, researchers at Eindhoven University in the Netherlands have created a possible solution based on one of nature’s best clean energy producers: the leaves of plants.

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