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Green Energy - Magma Geothermal System Invented in Iceland - Via TreeHugger
Science & Tech  (tags: Green Energy, Geothermal Energy, Magma, Iceland, New Technology )

- 826 days ago -
Although geothermal energy is currently more expensive than solar and wind, and most geothermal energy resources don't have magma anywhere near the surface, they still offer potentially vast quantities of clean steam energy for the future.
Green Energy - Rawlemon's New Betaray Crystal Ball Harvests Light From The Sun, Moon and Clouds - Via Inhabitat
Science & Tech  (tags: Green Energy, Solar Power, Lunar Power, Green Building, Eco-architecture, Innovation, Sustainable design )

- 846 days ago -
a spherical, sun-tracking glass globe that is able to concentrate sunlight and moonlight up to 10,000 times and can also generate thermal energy. The inventor, architect André Broessel, wants them to be incorporated into future architectural design.
Keeping the Lights on for Americans: Modernizing the Nation's Electric Grid
Science & Tech  (tags: Energy, Green Energy, Wind Energy, Electric Grid, Electronic Grid, Energy Infrastructure, U.S. Electric Grid, U.S. Energy Policy, Green News )

- 1060 days ago -
A reliable and resilient electric grid is essential to meeting the rapidly-evolving needs of an increasingly digital society, enabling the integration of clean, renewable energy sources like wind and solar and paving the way to greater energy independence
Solar-Powered Plane Lands Safely After 26-Hour Flight
Science & Tech  (tags: solar power, solar powered aircraft, solar banks, green energy, renewable energy, CO2 emissions, reduced pollution, solar powered aircraft )

- 2121 days ago -
An experimental solar-powered aircraft launched on Wednesday has landed safely in Switzerland after successfully flying through the night.
Solar Plane Cruises to Historic Flight!
Science & Tech  (tags: solar power, solar aircraft, green energy, renewable energy, air travel, clean air, minimizing pollution, innovation )

- 2122 days ago -
Confidence soared among the crew of an experimental solar-powered aircraft on Wednesday as it cruised above Switzerland in a historic bid to fly around the clock and prove the value of solar energy.
Inexpensive Highly Efficient Solar Cells Possible
Science & Tech  (tags: solar energy, solar cells, green energy, alternative energy )

- 2208 days ago -
Thanks to two technologies developed by Professor Benoît Marsan and his team at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) Chemistry Department, the scientific and commercial future of solar cells could be totally transformed.
How to Build a Magnetic Power Generator to Create Own Electricity
Science & Tech  (tags: Magnetic Power Generator, energy, green energy, solar )

- 2279 days ago -
In today's trying times, it is really hard to allocate enough money to all your needs. There is simply so many things that you need to be concerned about. There are food, clothes as well as bills for rent and electricity.
Present-Day And Future Alternative Energy Sources
Science & Tech  (tags: Alternative Energy, green energy, alternative, electricity, science, wind, turbine, hydro, solar, generator )

- 2290 days ago -
The major past energy sources have included petroleum and coal. With the sharp increase in energy prices, depleting non-renewable sources of energy, the increase of green house gases impacting global warming
Lower-Cost Solar Cells to Be Printed Like Newspaper, Painted on Rooftops - Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of T
Science & Tech  (tags: solar cells, solar energy, NewTechnology, green energy )

- 2439 days ago -
Solar cells could soon be produced more cheaply using nanoparticle "inks" that allow them to be printed like newspaper or painted onto the sides of buildings or rooftops to absorb electricity-producing sunlight.
Converting Sunlight To Cheaper Energy
Science & Tech  (tags: solar energy, green energy, sustainability )

- 2803 days ago -
Scientists are working to convert sunlight to cheap electricity at South Dakota State University. Research scientists are working with new materials that can make devices used for converting sunlight to electricity cheaper and more efficient.
Can Iceland Build a Future on Hydrogen and Geothermal?
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, green energy )

- 2977 days ago -
Some 85 percent of Iceland's homes are heated with geothermal energy, which also produces 18 percent of the country's electricity. The rest is emission-free hydroelectric power from the many dams on Iceland's free-flowing rivers.

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