Korea’s S&P Energy Research Institute made a press release on the 20th October and claimed that they have discovered a method for making clean energy with less cost. Dr. Sen Kim claims to have achieved the separation of Hydrogen using just 0.1kwh of electrical energy needed production of one cubic meter of H2 compared to the traditional electrolytic method that needs 4 – 4.5kwh required for one cubic meter of hydrogen.
SanDisk inks $1 billion deal with Toshiba, Samsung still eyeing company
Toshiba and SanDisk have been in a number of joint ventures for some time now, but it looks like the two companies are now starting what could be a more drawn out break-up process, with SanDisk announcing today that it’s selling 30% of its manufacturing capacity outright to Toshiba in a $1 billion deal. For the time being at least, the two will remain 50/50 partners in the remaining 70% of the companies’ joint factories,