Monthly Archives: August 2009

Sustainable Eco City Concept in Germany

It seems the canvass of clean and green energy is getting bigger with each passing day. More and more products, vehicles, gadgets, homes and cities are being added to this ever expanding canvass. Germany’s Hamburg Harbor has announced the development … Continue reading

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Studying Sea Waves with Radar

Off shore wind is steady and blows harder. If a country is densely populated it is hard to find open space to install wind farms. That is why there are more and more offshore wind farms in densely populated Europe … Continue reading

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First Solar Powered Passenger Ship for Berlin

Manufacturers who are concerned not only about profit but about future too are developing such products that are clean and green and run on alternative fuels. Though currently clean and green products are costly, efforts are on to make them … Continue reading

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Harnessing Tidal Wave Energy with Push Plates

The Theme of Concept: Theme of concept is to harness the kinetic energy within the flow of water without using the conventional methods like water wheel or other types of turbines. With some changes this can be a source of … Continue reading

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First Hydrogen Power Plant in Italy

Italy has come up with world’s first hydrogen power plant. This power plant is situated in Fusina, near Venice in the Veneto region of Italy. Enel is constructing this power plant producing no undesirable greenhouse gases. It is Italy’s largest … Continue reading

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Electricity and Desalination from Wastewater

In most part of the world safe and clean drinking water is unavailable for daily consumption and industrial use. Currently to desalinate water two kinds of technologies are being used. First is known as reverse osmosis and the second is … Continue reading

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Hydrokinetic Power Barges

Interest in hydrokinetic energy — which generates power by using submerged or partially submerged turbines that harness the energy from flowing water — is on the rise throughout the world. Renewable energy advocates, governments and investors are increasingly becoming aware … Continue reading

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Digital Combustion Simulation

When researchers arrive at a particular after lots of experimentation they already have used up lots of resources in terms of money, man, material and time. Now scientists are trying to arrive at a result by simulating the experiments on … Continue reading

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Heathrow Airport Gets Green Makeover

BAA is trying to upgrade its airport terminal Heathrow East by investing to an amount of £1 billion and naming it as Terminal 2. This new terminal would be designed by Foster + Partners and developed by Ferrovial Agroman and … Continue reading

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New Advances in Hydrogen Fuel Catalysts

Hydrogen has great potential as a fuel of future because it is an environmentally clean energy fuel and save us from the undesirable side effects of greenhouse gases. Before becoming it a fuel of the masses we need necessary infrastructure … Continue reading

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Plastics That Convert Light To Electricity

We all are familiar with the positive impact of alternative energy on our environment. Now researchers are trying to improve upon the existing alternative energy technology. As far as solar energy is concerned they are trying to make solar panels … Continue reading

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Solar Forest Cools and Charges Electric Cars

Imagine a parking lot that keeps your car cool and charges it while you do whatever you need to do after parking your car. That’s what the new solar forest designed by designer Neville Mars aims to achieve. Electric-powered automobiles … Continue reading

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Africa’s biggest wind farm coming up in Kenya

Some of the African regions are so hot that unless you’re are accustomed to that climate it is not possible for your to survive. Extreme temperatures also generate extreme winds and perhaps this is the reason wind farms have great … Continue reading

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Dairy Farmers Benefit from Environmental Practices

from: thedairysite.com “For two years, milk sold for record prices, and then the bottom dropped out along with the economy, writes Stephanie Schupska, news editor for the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. But feed and energy … Continue reading

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Training Course for Anaerobic Digestion of Dairy Manure Planned for World Dairy Expo

The World Dairy Expo, taking place September 29th through October 3rd, is a great opportunity for dairy industry participants to gather to make new connections and learn about developments in the industry. This year’s Expo is located at the madison … Continue reading

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Dairy Farmers Benefit from Environmental Practices

from: thedairysite.com “For two years, milk sold for record prices, and then the bottom dropped out along with the economy, writes Stephanie Schupska, news editor for the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. But feed and energy … Continue reading

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