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Using solar power also will help avoid the use of up to 590.9 million gallons of water by thermoelectric power plants.
The first system — radioisotope thermoelectric generators, or RTGs — taps heat released from the natural decay of a radioactive element, such as plutonium.
Total also acquired 50 percent of two thermoelectric plants in the Bahia area and the right to use a regasification unit in the city.
The future of thermoelectric power is promising, especially with this new discovery.
Also, prior thermoelectric materials were not scalable because they were derived from manufacturing or fabricating single crystals, which is both expensive and challenging.
In addition, she was recognized for bringing her knowledge of electronic and molecular physics to bear on the development of better thermoelectric materials.
Goodyear is looking to use thermoelectric materials (like bismuth telluride and tin selenide), to generate electricity from the difference between the hottest and coolest parts of the rubber.
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