Engineering

If it gets built, there's an engineer involved somewhere. Check out some ideas on engineering the things we use everyday to be cleaner and more efficient.

Well, I guess the Department of Interior can't be TOO mad at BP. They destroy the Gulf and what does our brilliant government do? Reward them with tax breaks to build an environmentally unfriendly wind farm. More here: [Federal Register: July 26,... Read More
This term Energy Density is appearing with increasing frequency. The message is that non carbon alternatives, solar, wind, bio, etc cannot attain the needed prevalance to ever replace coal, petroleum and natural gas .
iDream Advisory Services Pvt Ltd is an architectural and interior designing firm with a strong commitment to building sustainable built environments. The firm has delivered green solutions to organisations across all corners of India. For more... Read More
See how landfills across the country are using gas that is normally burned off in landfills, which endangers the environment, and instead converting it into energy. You'll see that waste really isn't a waste afterall.
Biodiesel made from waste fats can drive diesel trucks and generators -- without requiring any kind of retrofitting.
At present, both efficiency and output of solar thermal power plants are quite low and it's a big reason behind the high cost of kWh electricity produced in present day solar thermal power plants. The other reason is the high cost of maintenance of... Read More
Environmental health experts speaking at a May 24, 2010 event on Capitol Hill. Are coal and oil really as cheap as we think they are? How much does the resulting pollution -- and the associated respiratory and cardiovascular diseases -- cost us?... Read More
Public polling experts Jon Krosnick and Mark Cooper speaking at a June 10, 2010 event on Capitol Hill. Have Americans' views on global warming changed? More information is available at http://www.eesi.org/061010_polling.
Filmed at the 13th Annual Congressional Renewable Energy and Efficiency EXPO + Forum, held on May 27, 2010. The EXPO brought together 50 businesses, sustainable energy industry trade associations, government agencies, and energy policy research... Read More
Renewable biogas experts spoke at a June 16, 2010 event on Capitol Hill about capturing and using renewable biogas from urban and agricultural waste streams to help address our nation's climate, energy, and resource management challenges. More... Read More

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