New generation: Unique technology could turbocharge electrical efficiency

An internal combustion engine similar to the one in your car could play a key role in making electrical generation far more efficient. A University of Wisconsin-Madison team led by Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Sage Kokjohn is developing new technology that would enable smaller, distributed electrical generation systems that are roughly twice as efficient as … Continued

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