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power pollution electricity 230219 lLux research, an analytics company targeted on emerging technologies, has summarized it's view on the six most promising technologies for energy saving.

So, what are these break-through technologies? The answer is that come from several different segments and will show up in several different industries over the next decade. Their potential impact will depend on the country in which they are applied. So, get the hint what the next decade will bring us:

1. Low-friction tribological coatings in automotive engines
2. Nanofiber air filters
3. Nano-enabled insulation
4. Lightweight nanocomposite automotive parts
5. Thermochromic windows
6. Quantum dot enabled light sources

Lux believes that already within next 7 years the worldwide energy consumption can be reduced by 1.6%. In perspective, the total energy saving alone in Germany, US and Japan can reach 12%. And all this using the nanotechnology.

Each per cent of energy saving means 1500 TWh, in other terms - half of all nuclear plants worldwide! We all shall hope and do our best that the ambitious goal is reached!


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