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Oct 26

How is Solar Energy Produced?

In this day and age of growing technology, scientists are working diligently to find ways to harness solar energy in order to power the Earth. Producing cars and products powered by solar energy will reduce the emission of harmful gasses and chemicals into the atmosphere. Our Earth is a precious commodity and we need to …

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Oct 23

Does the conservation of energy law apply at Quantum Level?

Virtual particles dont abide the conservation law?

Oct 22

Reducing UK CO2 Emissions By 60%

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Reducing UK CO2 Emissions By 60% This article shows how the UK can achieve a 60% reduction on the total year 2000 CO2 emissions, i.e. to reduce the emission of CO2 in the UK to 40% of the 2000 emissions. It describes the development of an integrated energy system for the UK which will enable …

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Oct 09

Alternative Energy 101 Wind, Solar and Geothermal Alternative Energy Sources

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As alternative energy is gaining popularity, wind, solar, and geothermal energy are probably terms your are getting more familiar with. But you may not know about the pros and cons of these, including the set-up costs, potential savings, and other intricate details. Here are some of the basics about these types of sustainable energy. 1. …

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Oct 05

Richard Kauffman: Clean Energy Markets: We’ve Got the Innovation and Deployment Cart and Horse Backwards

Richard Kauffman: Clean Energy Markets: We’ve Got the Innovation and Deployment Cart and Horse Backwards Energy.gov will be hosting a live video chat with Richard Kauffman this Thursday at 2:00 PM ET. China has become the world’s largest producer of solar modules. But did you know that these Chinese manufacturers are using technology breakthroughs developed …

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Sep 28

Offshore Wind Power Important to Future of Clean Energy Development

Offshore wind power is paramount to the future of clean energy development as the potential is huge. In layman's terms offshore wind power is simply the construction of wind farms on the water which generate electricity from the wind. It can include the ocean as well as inland areas like lakes, fjords and sheltered coastal areas using a fixed bottom technology, although there are also deep water projects that use floating wind turbines.

Offshore wind power is paramount to the future of clean energy development as the potential is huge. In layman’s terms it is simply the construction of wind farms on the water which generate electricity from the wind. It can include the ocean as well as inland areas like lakes, fjords and sheltered coastal areas using …

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Sep 14

Solar Energy

Product DescriptionDiscusses and describes solar cells, techniques for using solar energy, solar heating of a house, and possible future uses of solar energy. Includes school projects and a materials list. Solar Energy

Aug 31

Developments in the Renewable Energy Sector

This past few years saw rising interest expressed for renewable energy—the kind of energy that is abundant and free, being taken from natural resources like sunlight, water, rain, geothermal heat, wind, and tides. Because of concern over dwindling fuel supply and the increasing problem of global warming, numerous governments and organizations from all over the …

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Aug 25

Solar Paint ‘Sun-believable’ Could Power Homes in Near Future!

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A new solar paint coined sun-believable could power homes in the not too distant future according to scientists from Notre Dame’s Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano). Imagine this, the next time that you paint your house, the coat of paint you put on the outside of your home generates electricity from light, which …

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Aug 16

Light Pollution: What is Light Pollution and Why it is Bad

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Light pollution is not good and what is light pollution (LP) you may ask? It is not like what we normally associate with pollution, like smoke stacks filling up the air with plumes of dirty, chemical laden billowing pillars of smoke. We also commonly associate it with dirty water, as in oil covered waterways, garbage …

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