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Magnetic levitation wind turbines now available

Magnetic levitation wind turbines now available

In 2006, Mag Wind arrived on the home energy production scene with their roof mounted magnetic levitation residential wind turbine that had some remarkable features. Low cut in speed, high energy production, and virtually no noise. Now, after many delays, some redesign work and with a new company,

Posted byon08.27.2010inEnergy

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Aerospace firm says rocket nozzles could pull carbon from stacks

Aerospace firm says rocket nozzles could pull carbon from stacks

Currently, emissions from coal burning power plants account for 36% of total carbon output in the United States. Aerospace firm ATK, best known for producing the booster rockets used on NASA's Space Shuttle, hopes to change this by using their rocket nozzle design to capture carbon from coal p

Posted byon07.8.2010inEnergy

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Fab2Farm Urban-Integrated Solar Power Concept

Fab2Farm Urban-Integrated Solar Power Concept

Applied Materials, best known for manufacturing computer chips, is working on a novel concept that would be right at home in SimCity. Fab2Farm, an urban-integrated solar power development concept, solves multiple problems at once by generating both clean power and jobs for nearby residents. The k

Posted byon01.4.2010inEnergy

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Study Says: For Cheap Clean Energy, Go Geothermal

Study Says: For Cheap Clean Energy, Go Geothermal

A recent study has revealed that geothermal energy is the cheapest form of clean energy available, with wind power being a close second, and both could become much cheaper than fossil fuel energy if more government funding was applied to develop the technology. The recent report, by New York

Posted byon08.10.2009inEnergy

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