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The House of Representatives' 2022 US Competition Act, which would provide comprehensive subsidies for manufacturing and research and adjust existing US trade policies, was passed in an almost entirely partisan vote, to challenge China's growing technological clout.
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Because of the ability to generate materials in specific ways to play a specific role, nanomaterials are used across industries, from health care and cosmetics to environmental protection and air purification.
Nanomaterials are used in many ways in the field of health care, one of the main uses is drug delivery. An example of this process is the development of nanoparticles to help transport chemotherapy drugs directly to cancer growth and to damaged arterial areas to combat cardiovascular disease. Carbon nanotubes are also being developed for use in processes such as adding antibodies to nanotubes to make bacterial sensors.
In the field of aerospace, carbon nanotubes can be used for the deformation of aircraft wings. Nanotubes are used in a composite form to bend in response to the application of a voltage.
In the field of environmental protection, nanomaterials-in this case nanowires-are used. Applications are being developed to use nanowires-zinc oxide nanowires in flexible solar cells and to play a role in sewage treatment.
In the cosmetics industry, mineral nanoparticles (such as titanium dioxide) are used in sunscreen because of the poor long-term stability provided by traditional chemical ultraviolet protection. Like bulk materials, titanium dioxide nanoparticles provide better UV protection and have the added advantage of removing poor beauty whitening associated with nano-forms of sunscreen.
The sports industry has been producing baseball bats made of carbon nanotubes to make them lighter, thus improving their performance. The further use of nanomaterials in the industry can be determined by using antibacterial nanotechnology in items such as towels and mats used by athletes to prevent diseases caused by bacteria.
Nanomaterials are also developed for military use. One example is the use of movable pigment nanoparticles to produce a better form of camouflage by injecting particles into the material of soldiers' uniforms. In addition, the military has developed sensor systems that use nanomaterials, such as titanium dioxide, to detect biological agents.
The use of nano-titanium dioxide also extends to the coating to form a self-cleaning surface, such as the surface of a plastic garden chair. A sealed water film is formed on the coating, any dirt will dissolve in the film, and then the next shower will remove the dirt and basically clean the chair.
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The EU’s draft REPowerEU plan calls for an increase of 15TWh of rooftop PV capacity by 2022. The draft also calls for EU and national governments to take action this year to reduce the time required to obtain permits for rooftop PV installations to three months, and proposes that "all new buildings and existing buildings with an energy grade OF D or above should have rooftop PV installations by 2025".
In addition, the European Commission is likely to set a target for installed PV capacity of 300GW by 2025 and 500GW by 2030. Some members are more aggressive, with Austria, Belgium, Lithuania, Luxembourg, and Spain demanding a 1TW target for 2030.
The REPowerEU initiative, worth 195 billion euros, was proposed by the EU on March 8 to phase out member states' dependence on Russian fossil fuels by 2030. In a few days, the European Commission will present a package to implement the RePowerEU strategy.
As an important application scenario of distributed PV, rooftop PV is not limited to land, and the development conditions are relatively convenient.
Since the end of 2021, Spain, France, the Netherlands, and other countries have introduced policies and measures such as government subsidies, tax cuts, fee reductions, and accelerated grid-connection approval to encourage the development of distributed PV. Europe's potential for rooftop PV is huge and will continue to be an important growth pole for the industry, according to Wood Mackenzie.
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