New episode of Sustainable Energy delves into MIT’s global energy innovation.
System designed by Tata Center and MIT Mechanical Engineering researchers brings clean water to off-grid communities.
Your chance to ask Prof. Amos Winter and Tata Fellow Natasha Wright anything about solar water desalination and the life of an MIT researcher.
A new computer model proposes solutions to long-standing energy access problems in the developing world.
Researchers in the Tata Center for Technology and Design and collaborator Jain Irrigation Systems have developed a solar-powered electrodialysis desalination system that could significantly increase the groundwater available for drinking in Indian villages.
At MIT’s Tata Center for Technology and Design, researchers are exploring ways to extend electricity access to rural communities in India using microgrids.
Wright’s system for desalinating water using solar power is set for a pilot demonstration in India.
Rob Stoner and Harish Hande talk distributed solar power in the New York Times.
Mashable, National Geographic name MIT developing world research among their top innovations of the year.
Burning farm waste for energy is widespread in the developing world, causing carbon emissions and poor air quality even though clean tech exists. Kevin Kung finds the missing link.