MIT Energy Conference

 
 
By Jim Rapoza  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

MIT Energy Conference

The MIT Energy Conference provides a first look at many new technologies-such as this pluggable hybrid-aimed at cutting energy costs and providing greener alternatives to current power technologies.

MIT Energy Conference

MIT Energy Conference - New Breed of Battery

A123 Systems uses nanoscale technology to create highly efficient and green lithium-ion batteries that have very long lifespans. (www.a123systems.com)

MIT Energy Conference - New Breed of Battery

MIT Energy Conference - 100 Miles to the Gallon

Like the door says, this Toyota hybrid has been modified with A123 lithium-ion batteries to get more than 100 miles to the gallon.

MIT Energy Conference - 100 Miles to the Gallon

MIT Energy Conference - Heat and Power Your Home

The Climate Energy freewatt heating system generates electricity for your home at the same time that it is heating your home. (www.climate-energy.com)

MIT Energy Conference - Heat and Power Your Home

MIT Energy Conference - Really Green Power

This project from the OpenWetware community is a hydrogen photobioreactor that creates hydrogen fuel from algae. (openwetware.org/wiki/Biological

MIT Energy Conference - Really Green Power

MIT Energy Conference - Hydrogen Powered

A funky-looking experimental fuel cell-powered vehicle.

MIT Energy Conference - Hydrogen Powered

MIT Energy Conference - Hybrid SUV

The latest model of the Ford Escape hybrid SUV.

MIT Energy Conference - Hybrid SUV

MIT Energy Conference - Crowd

Long lines formed for the Energy Showcase that was open to the public Friday night at the MIT Entergy Conference.

MIT Energy Conference - Crowd

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