Archive for November 9th, 2010

Peru To Add 200 MW of Renewable Energy in 2012
Peru is to launch six renewable energy projects in 2012, with a total capacity of 200 MW, as part of the government’s new drive to seek alternative sources of energy, it has been announced.
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Clean Power Technologies Surpasses Efficiency Expectations on from Field Trials of its First Heat Recovery Generator
Clean Power Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: CPWE) (FRANKFURT: C1L) (“CPT” or the “Company”), a developer of unique systems to reduce emissions and fuel usage by harnessing wasted exhaust energy announced the results from testing an installed Heat Recovery Landfill (HR-L 300) unit at a landfill site in Oxfordshire, UK in June 2010. The unit produces electricity purely from the waste exhaust heat of a large combustion engine generator set operating on methane rich gas recovered from the decaying landfill.
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ORMAZABAL SUPPLIES UNITS FOR THE LONDON ARRAY OFFSHORE WIND FARM

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ORMAZABAL SUPPLIES UNITS FOR THE LONDON ARRAY OFFSHORE WIND FARM

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What’s Behind Record-Breaking Solar Cell Efficiencies, Part 2
In Part 1 of this article, we looked at how lab and commercial efficiencies are growing in crystalline, CIGS and amorphous solar cells. Now we’ll take a look at how increasing efficiencies have boosted cadmium telluride, the thin film made by No. 1 solar manufacturer First Solar. We also examine how cadmium telluride could also help grow the market for multijunction concentrator cells — the world’s most efficient cells — by making concentrating-photovoltaic projects more cost effective. Efficiency improvements have been accelerating in the last few years as more money, scientists and companies have entered the solar space, according to Martin Green, a professor at the University of New South Wales. Where will these efficiencies ultimately plateau?
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Researchers aim to harvest solar energy from pavement to melt ice, power streetlights
The heat radiating off roadways has long been a factor in explaining why city temperatures are often considerably warmer than nearby suburban or rural areas. Now a team of engineering researchers is examining methods of harvesting that solar energy to melt ice, power streetlights, illuminate signs, heat buildings and potentially use it for many other purposes.
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Researchers aim to harvest solar energy from pavement to melt ice, power streetlights
The heat radiating off roadways has long been a factor in explaining why city temperatures are often considerably warmer than nearby suburban or rural areas. Now a team of engineering researchers is examining methods of harvesting that solar energy to melt ice, power streetlights, illuminate signs, heat buildings and potentially use it for many other purposes.
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Is enterprise energy management the new CRM?
ENXSuite, one of many companies with software to manage energy and other natural resources, releases its latest software which automatically gathers utility energy usage data.
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Stopping junk mail

Stopping junk mail
The average adult in the USA receives a whopping 41 pounds of junk mail a year and approximately 44% of this mail winds up in a landfill without having been opened. That’s a lot of trees, water and other resources being wasted. Learn about services that can help stem the junk mail flow.


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Stopping junk mail

Stopping junk mail
The average adult in the USA receives a whopping 41 pounds of junk mail a year and approximately 44% of this mail winds up in a landfill without having been opened. That’s a lot of trees, water and other resources being wasted. Learn about services that can help stem the junk mail flow.


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Stopping junk mail

Stopping junk mail
The average adult in the USA receives a whopping 41 pounds of junk mail a year and approximately 44% of this mail winds up in a landfill without having been opened. That’s a lot of trees, water and other resources being wasted. Learn about services that can help stem the junk mail flow.


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Stopping junk mail

Stopping junk mail
The average adult in the USA receives a whopping 41 pounds of junk mail a year and approximately 44% of this mail winds up in a landfill without having been opened. That’s a lot of trees, water and other resources being wasted. Learn about services that can help stem the junk mail flow.


Visit the original post at: Green living tips

Stopping junk mail

Stopping junk mail
The average adult in the USA receives a whopping 41 pounds of junk mail a year and approximately 44% of this mail winds up in a landfill without having been opened. That’s a lot of trees, water and other resources being wasted. Learn about services that can help stem the junk mail flow.


Visit the original post at: Green living tips

Stopping junk mail

Stopping junk mail
The average adult in the USA receives a whopping 41 pounds of junk mail a year and approximately 44% of this mail winds up in a landfill without having been opened. That’s a lot of trees, water and other resources being wasted. Learn about services that can help stem the junk mail flow.


Visit the original post at: Green living tips

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