The design of RF harvesters has been a subject of intense research in recent years, as the demand for sustainable energy sources continues to grow. In this research paper, our team investigates the use of different matching circuits in RF harvesters to optimise energy harvesting performance. We analyse the impact of Read more…
Off-grid Wi-Fi mesh systems have the potential to revolutionize the way we connect to the internet in remote and underserved areas. These systems provide an alternative to traditional wired infrastructure, allowing for easy deployment and low maintenance costs. In this research paper, our research team in Pakistan explores the technical and Read more…
Africa New Energies secured funding to carry out a pre-feasibility study assessing the potential and commercial viability of widespread solar energy adoption in Namibia
Peter Cunningham, Chairman of the Namibian Environment & Wildlife Society investigated biodiversity on the concession to make sure that the fauna and flaura present would be protected from any negative affects of local development.
The report provided here delves into the socio-economic circumstances present in the concessionary area which covers the Aminius and Kalahari constituencies of East Namibia.
Trace quantities of hydrocarbons in the soil result in distinctive magnetic signatures in specific areas of land.
Microseepage, the phenomenon where trace quantities of hydrocarbons ‘seep’ through the soil, is explained here by Dietmar Schumacher, the renowned petroleum geologist.