Monthly Archives: November 2010

Two developments on manure digesters for small farms

From a news release issued by Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk: Town of Springfield Farms Working to Share New Manure Digester, Generate $2-Million in Electricity Each Year Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk announced today the county is working with several … Continue reading

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South Korea Planning Massive Off Shore Wind Farm

Wind energy currently meets a mere 1.5% of global electricity generation. But scientists foresee a lot of potential in this alternative energy source. Asian countries are also trying to embrace clean and green energy. South Korea is going for an … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Solar-Powered Keyboards

If you have opted for a wireless keyboard you know the importance of rechargeable batteries and a wall charger. Although it is easier to charge the batteries after a while it becomes an annoyance to change them repeatedly. Now Logitech … Continue reading

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MIT Breakthrough: Thermo-Chemical Solar Power

MIT researchers are hopeful of capturing and releasing solar energy with the help of thermo-chemical technology. Scientists were already working on this technology in seventies but this project was aborted due to its expensiveness and termed as too impractical to … Continue reading

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Solar Power Towers coming to California

The United States of America will now produce clear power that can light up as many as 11000 to 277500 homes in the country. The Sectary of Interior Ken Salazar has given a go ahead to the Ivanpah Solar Electric … Continue reading

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