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  1. Vortex Flows for Hydro Power

    by Lance Winslow - 2007-01-14
    Over the years at least one online think tank has spent endless hours considering the value of vortex flows to generate power and energy. It makes sense to use vortex flows to generate power, but how ...
  2. Role Of Software For Steam And Water Properties

    by Amit Bhaduri - 2007-01-14
    Water is cheapest and extensively used engineering fluid for transportation and conversion of heat energy. Water is chemically very stable with excellent thermal properties and that is why it is used ...
  3. The Advantages of Wind Energy

    by Evert DuToit - 2007-01-08
    Wind power is one the oldest and most basic types of energy. It's been used since the first windmills were build in Europe hundreds of years ago. And now as the developed world is searching for altern...
  4. Alternative Fuel, Lower Energy Costs: Heat Your Home With Corn

    by Douglas Glenn Clark - 2007-01-06
    While crude oil prices continue to climb there is one old-fashioned method of heating that, for now, is very cheap - corn.Kevin Blind, a reporter for Lee Agri-Media, said Depression-Era farmers used c...
  5. Solar Cells: the Foundation of Solar Energy

    by Anne Clarke - 2007-01-06
    Solar cells are the carriers of the power charge in the material that absorbs sunlight, in many kinds of solar power generators. Solar cells are also responsible for the separation of the generated s...
  6. The History of Solar Technology: A Timeline

    by Anne Clarke - 2007-01-06
    In 1839 the phenomenon was revealed by French physicist Alexandre-Edmund Becquerel. Alexandre-Edmund Becquerel did not make much progress other than discovering the solar cell itself and speculating o...
  7. Is Ethanol The Alternative Fuel?

    by Mohan Potukuchi - 2007-01-05
    Ethanol (commonly called "Alcohol") has assumed a very important place in the world's economy. It is a vital raw material for a number of chemicals. It has been a major source of revenue by way of exc...
  8. Nearly One Million Homes in California to be Powered by Wind

    by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-03
    Earlier this year, Texas passed California as the top producer of wind power in the country. California appears poised to take back the title with a huge new project.As society begins to get nervous a...
  9. The Solar Energy Breakthrough Everyone Missed

    by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-03
    When it comes to breaking our oil addiction, solar energy is often sited as a perfect renewable energy platform. There are problems with it from a cost perspective, but there is light at the end of th...
  10. Micro Wind Turbines For Cities

    by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-03
    When discussions of renewable energy are undertaken, the focus is often on large scale projects. In truth, the answer may be platforms developed for a more local application.When renewable energy is d...
  11. Biodiesel - Save Money & Help The Environment

    by Assaf Katzir - 2007-01-03
    More and more people choose to use biodiesel as their alternative fuel for their diesel vehicle. There are so many reasons and incentives to use biodiesel instead of petrodiesel. The biodiesel is prod...
  12. 2007 If You Invented Easily Distributed, Cheap, Renewable Clean Energy; Would Government Allow it?

    by Lance Winslow - 2007-01-02
    The question has been proposed at an online think tank; "If someone were to come up with an easily distributed, cheap, renewable clean energy, would the government allow it if it potentially reduced t...
  13. A Glimpse into the World of Sealed Lead Batteries

    by Keith Londrie - 2006-12-31
    Through the years there has been an increase in the use of portable electronic and an electric devices. The need for batteries has grown exponentially. There seems to be no end in sight for the use o...
  14. How To Make Biodiesel: The Three Choices of Using Biofuel

    by Mara Mark - 2006-12-30
    Biodiesel becomes more and more popular every year. It's popularity probably derives from the fact that biodiesel is so cheap and relatively easy to be made. You can make it in your own backyard or ki...
  15. Fast Facts on Biodiesel

    by Daniel Roshard - 2006-12-10
    In a world where people rely heavily on diesel-powered engines to perform many functions for both agriculture and other known industries, it no longer comes as a surprise if there is a limited supply ...
  16. Mideast Oil, Soon We Won't Need It, Then Who Will They Kick Around?

    by Don Jones - 2006-12-10
    GM and all the auto makers are pushing hybrids to the front burner. Save fuel. They don't need to save much to have a monstrous effect on automobile consumption. Twenty years seems far away, but there...
  17. The Power Within (Fission & Fusion)

    by Richard Sizemore - 2006-12-09
    My father drove up to our house back in 1968 in a brand new Volkswagen "Bug". I was only 11 years old at the time and I actually liked it mainly because we were the only one in the neighborhood who ow...
  18. Ethanol, Biodiesel & Betamax Videos!

    by Mike Copinger - 2006-12-06
    Everywhere I read, I read that ethanol is the next fuel to save us from a fossil fuel dependant, over heated, polluted future.This emphasis seems to be the case particularly in the USA. That's underst...
  19. Thoughts On Nuclear Power as a Source of Emission Free Energy

    by Gabriel J. Adams - 2006-12-02
    For decades, the terms nuclear power have sent feelings of fear in those hearing them. We have all been influenced by the movies and reports on the devastating impact that nuclear power can have on ou...
  20. Nuclear Power for Australia?

    by Alastair Harris - 2006-12-02
    Australia has one of the worlds largest supplies of Uranium. It is therefore ironic that Australia has not taken advantage of this resource to produce power. Australia only has one nuclear reactor a...