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Wind Power Without Wind

Wind Power Without Wind

Diagram of the phere (Creditt: Alexander Slocum MIT) In recent years more an more offshore wind farm projects have been emerging all over the world. Although many of them are capable of producing large amounts of power, depending on the ...

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Wireless Charging Electric Bus Tested in Germany

Wireless Charging Electric Bus Tested in Germany

Primove bus demo Primove bus conductive charge system Primove chrger on the road A small scale test currently being conducted in Germany might one day change the way we use both public and private transportation. Two local buses have been ...

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Replacing Nuclear: Japan Build Largest Wind Farm

Replacing Nuclear: Japan Build Largest Wind Farm

Fukushima Recovery, Experimental Offshore Floating Wind Farm Project (Credit: University of Tokyo) Japan recently announced a ambitious plan to replace all its nuclear reactors with renewable energy sources and is planning to erect the largest wind farm in the world ...

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Osram Sylvania Ultra LED: 100-watt Equivalent Bulb

Osram Sylvania Ultra LED: 100-watt Equivalent Bulb

The new Osram Ultra LED: 100-watt Equivalent Bulb A new generation of LED bulbs is coming to the market with much higher brightness but very low energy consumption. The upcoming Osram Sylvania 100-watt equivalent LED Bulb is already on sale ...

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HIRIKO – Collapsible Electric Citycar

HIRIKO – Collapsible Electric Citycar

The HIRIKO Citycar The HIRIKO Project is a tiny 2 seat car powered by an electric engine and capable of folding for storage/parking. The car which was originally conceived by researchers in the MIT-Media lab is now in final development ...

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SolarWindow – Spray-on Solar Cell Coating

SolarWindow – Spray-on Solar Cell Coating

NREL Scientist, Dr. Heather A.S. Platt (foreground) and New Energy Principal Scientist, Dr. Scott R. Hammond Work on Company’s SolarWindowTM Technology Scientists Successfully Transport Electricity Using Virtually Invisible Wires, Under Development for SolarWindowTM (Displayed on a Glass Slide) Columbia based ...

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CristalBubble: The Future of Portable Green Living

CristalBubble: The Future of Portable Green Living

The CristalBubble Ever wanted to spend a night or two in nature in style but without disrupting the environment? French designer Pierre Stephane Dumas has designed a unique portable inflatable “Bubble” that can be used as a personal see-through villa ...

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Smart Mirrors can Reduce Solar Energy Costs

Smart Mirrors can Reduce Solar Energy Costs

On the left – Heliostats arrive on-site in pods, pods are set down and mirrors are quickly and securely snapped into place (Credit: Thermata) Thermata a Pasadena based green technology startup, developed what it claims to be a real breakthrough ...

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