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4 Most Useful Clean Energy Inventions Worldwide

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Solar roadways: Solar roadways are a new type of road surface that generates electricity from sunlight. They are made up of solar cells embedded in a durable material, such as concrete or asphalt. Solar roadways have the potential to provide a significant source of renewable energy, and they could also help to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution. Solar Bricks are used to make are made up of special tempered glass that is very strong and can even support small trucks on the road. These panels also have an inbuilt LED lighting system that provides for signage, and multiprocessors that make these roads intelligent enough to communicate with each other.

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 Floating wind turbines: Floating wind turbines are a new type of wind turbine that is designed to be installed in deep water. Floating wind turbines have the potential to expand the reach of offshore wind power, and they could help to reduce the environmental impact of offshore drilling.

Hydrogen fuel cells: Hydrogen fuel cells are a type of clean energy technology that can generate electricity without emissions. Hydrogen fuel cells are still in development, but they have the potential to play a major role in the future of transportation and energy generation.
Energy storage: Energy storage is a critical technology for the widespread adoption of renewable energy sources. Energy storage systems can store excess energy from renewable sources, such as solar and wind, and then release it when it is needed. This helps to ensure that renewable energy is available 24/7, and it can also help to reduce the cost of renewable energy.

These are just a few of the many recent clean energy inventions that have the potential to help us transition to a cleaner, more sustainable future.


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