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Free Electricity in Germany?

Free Electricity in Germany? Free, in the sense of renewable energy is a concept that is hard to define and is fraught with caveats. There is no free lunch, it’s been said, but when one strips out the cost to … Continue reading

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Energy Efficiency around the World (Infographic)

Informative Infographic that makes me wonder why progress is so slow in the “Race” to clean sustainable energy production. It would appear, from this graphic, that the bulk of the worlds population is willing to pay extra for clean energy. … Continue reading

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New (Super)Conductors on the Horizon

Back in March of  ’08 Michelle Bennett posted this article “New (Super)Conductors on the Horizon”. Unfortunately, I’ve haven’t seen much in the interim indicating any significant application of superconductors on a macro scale. If it will be possible to develop … Continue reading

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