As Indiana utility ends feed-in tariffs, some question motive – Midwest Energy News Energy Tribune As Indiana utility ends feed-in tariffs, some question motive Midwest Energy News … now ending—over the protests of both renewable energy developers and environmentalists. “They… Continue Reading
]Which of the following best describes the changes involved in a fusion reaction? The nucleus of an atom splits into fragments, releasing a large amount of energy. The nucleus of an atom splits into fragments, absorbing a large amount of… Continue Reading
Okay, heres the question part. Being that Solar and wind technologies do not have as high of a yield for energy, and considering in the resistance of the lines and the price of the grade of copper that will have… Continue Reading
Would a natural gas back up generator be a gem to own? What alternative source of power would you suggest? Please see clip. http://news.yahoo.com/video/tech-15749651/21196469
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090527/ap_on_go_pr_wh/us_obama_solar_power We still run on oil and natural gas and will for decades to come no matter what new technologies are developed today. Reality, you’re living in a dream world. Joan, you’re right. There are no figures, only the bogus… Continue Reading
We’re advocates for a "Clean Environment" – and we’re new into Renewable Energy Development in the Philippines. What are the proper instruments & protocols to measure Water Current, Solar Radiation, Natural Gas Pressure, Wind Speed, & other Clean Energy resources?
Summary Of The Waxman-Markey Climate Bill: American Clean Energy and Security Act. June 27th, 2009 • Related • Filed Under Some of the key points of the American Clean Energy & Security Act from Grist, since they know better than… Continue Reading
…Will technology ….. save us once again ? ( wind , solar , natural gas , nuclear ) energies.
Ask any family with children or grandchildren what they want for the future and the almost certain answer you get is "We want the kids to have it better than we do." If you press for further information, "better" turns… Continue Reading
Many power plants burn coal or natural gas to make steam and generate electricity. But power also can come from a cleaner, more renewable source — concentrated solar power. From sunny Las Vegas, Nevada, Shelley Schlender reports