Making water without the wet? Inside a highly advanced technique that some say could have a big impact in reducing global warming.
Electricity, that wonderfully efficient medium for distributing power, has a behavioral quirk imparted by natural law: you can’t save it. This simple fact dictates the way we generate electricity and also poses a problem effectively using some forms of renewable energy. A myriad of new technologies under development may help both traditional and renewable generating sources by providing cost-effective, large-scale energy storage for the electric power grid.
Nevada's geothermal energy is poised to make a significant contribution to America's renewable energy future, as a potential $22.5 billion industry over the next three decades.
Power quality - or, simply, the usability of electric power - is a vital concern to many commercial businesses and industries. The proof is a rapidly growing global market for products to correct or improve power quality that will top $11 billion in 2011. The manufacturers of these products have reason to smile, because the outlook for improvement of the power quality in the U.S. is not very rosy.
By the end of 2010, a new breed of solar cell will hit the market. These new cells may very well revolutionize the solar industry, combining record-breaking efficiency with an ultra-tiny footprint.
If there is a public building in Pennsylvania that wants to call itself the “Greenest” in the state, it will have to work hard to beat Green Valley Elementary school in Sinking Spring.
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