- Solar Cities Proposition
Through integration, energy management, efficiency techniques and technologies it is now possible to create buildings that are 'greener' and more ecologically synergistic than ever before.
- Biomass Wastes
Biomass wastes can be transformed into clean energy and/or fuels by a variety of technologies
- Fuel Cells Give New Meaning to “Green Grocer”
Some major chains have turned to fuel cell technology to help reduce their carbon footprint and their dependence on the electrical grid.
- Coal Ash Safety Issues
At question is does the U.S. need more traditional coal-fired power plants and what to do with the ash slurry mess?
- It is Time to Cool it With Wind.
The goals of the stakeholders of the wind industry are often seen as conflicting.
- It’s Time to Bring Renewable Energy Home
It is reasonable to inquire whether the current utility practice of outsourcing renewable energy production to other states is a good thing for Wisconsin’s economy.
- A Big Wind...
In truth, not one ounce of coal, programmed to be burned in a coal fired power system has ever been offset by the introduction of wind or solar power into the grid.
- Keep Cool with a Solar Attic Fan
Most homes have manual roof vents, which allow some nominal air movement, but they can’t keep up with the sun pounding down all day.
- Off-Grid Know How Connects Countryside to The Net
Off-grid - or "Island" - systems, as they are also called, can be found in many new infrastructure projects.
- Technical Due Diligence of the Fuhrländer 1.5 MW Wind Turbine
To identify and minimize technical risks in the process of buying 1.5 MW wind turbines manufactured by AAER
- The Many Faces of Green in Architecture
I believe it is timely to make clear and to discriminate as to just exactly what do we really mean when we refer to a building as being green as well what kind of green are we referring to.
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Posted by Randy Cox on 09/16/09, 12:26 PM
Thank you for your newsletter, I learn so much here. I just built a solar horse waterer on some remote property in Northern Idaho. Fell free to copy my design. See it at www.SimpleEarthEnergy.com
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