yperSolar, Inc. (OTCBB: HYSR) announced spe- cific details of its plan for the development of
the world’s first nanotechnology-based, zero-carbon process for the production of renewable hydrogen and natural gas.
HyperSolar is using a low cost nanotechnology ap- proach. By elegantly engineering the reaction kinetics toward H2 generation only with the help of wastewa- ter, the HyperSolar nanoparticles function as one- way machines that detoxify wastewater, and produce clean water and pure hydrogen in the presence of sunlight. No other energy source is required, ma- king this an extremely economical and commercially viable approach for the production of zero-carbon, renewable hydrogen.
HyperSolar plans to unveil a robust prototype by early 2013.
ndustrial Nanotech, Inc. (Pink Sheets: INTK) has completed a successful installation of the Company’s patented Nansulate®
Erhan Eyupoglu, CEO Intem Triko. “They have strict demands as well as initiatives for greener production and technologies. We think that, with Nansulate, we will have several advantages in one go; a much greener production technology for our customers, safer and healthier working atmosphere for our em- ployees, a cleaner environment for us all, and quite significant energy savings for our company.”
nfineon Technologies (FSE: IFX/OTCQX: IFNNY) has added a product to the ORIGA™ family of
and protective coatings at the Istanbul textile manuf- acturing facility of Intem Triko Sanayl ve Ticaret Ltd. Stl. This continues a series of successful applications of Nansulate®
industrial energy saving technology in
the textile industry for insulation of steam boilers, steam lines, dyeing machines, and special steam po- wered dryers to reduce energy consumption, lower surface temperature, and reduce carbon emissions.
“As Intem Triko, we manufacture for some of the best textile retail groups in many countries,” stated
authentication solutions: The new ORIGA™2 chip integrates a communication interface supporting the MIPI BIF standard defined by the MIPI Alliance. MIPI BIF (Battery Interface) is the first standardized single-wire interface for communication between the mobile device and battery pack. The standardization facilitates the development of intelligent batteries that authenticate and constantly monitor and report important battery parameters, such as temperature. The Infineon ORIGA™2 chip is also suitable for printer cartridges, replacement parts, medical dispos- ables, network components or accessories such as earphones, speakers, docking stations and chargers.
Infineon’s ORIGA™2 chip (product name SLE95200) is designed for temperatures from -25° to +85° Celsi- us (-13° to 185° Fahrenheit) and for an operating vol- tage range of 2.5 V to 4.8 V. It will be available from the fall of 2012 in an ultra-small chip-scale package and in a very small QFN package.
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