Taiwan: ITRI introduces award-winning green tech

Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) is on a bit of a roll when it comes to winning awards for new, innovative green technology that reduces carbon emissions and energy consumption. ITRI in recent years has focused its efforts on developing new “green” technologies. The Hsinchu-based non-profit applied technology research organization on Oct. 16 introduced its three latest award-winning innovations: Light&Light, the first A19 all-plastic LED light bulb; a low-cost, easy-to-use voltage and current meter called AVA-Clamp; and SideLighter, billed as “the first low-cost, high-performance, transparent concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) solar panel” that can be used both as a structural panel or window and to generate clean, renewable electricity. As the institute states, “The greenhouse effect continues to be a serious issue. The only way to curb this trend is to actively reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions…. ITRI is commited to developing technologies that are environmentally sustainable across all phases of development—innovation, design, function and manufacturing processes.”
Source: Clean Technica
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