Renewable Energy

We're going to run out of any kind of fossil fuels, so we need to move on to a renewable source.

Nobody wants to be a hoarder, but when it comes to storing renewable energy, we need all the ideas we can get!  We know how to produce a lot of different types of renewable energy, so now we just need to figure out what to do with it before we use... Read More
It is a wind turbine that is placed on top of the A/C condenser. As the condenser is turned on the air rotates the the turbine blades. As the blades rotates it creates electric energy. The energy goes back into the house. Here is a link to my site... Read More
Planet Forward
By Chris Potter, Institute for Market Transportation Cross-posted from the Institute for Market Transportation In an ongoing series to highlight green buildings that go above and beyond in efficiency and innovation, this week we’re featuring a stand... Read More
This week on Bloomberg West, we featured NuMat Technologies. They’ve developed an innovative new method that uses tiny crystals to store alternative forms of energy. Check it out!
Currently, electric vehicles are still failing to catch on. However, I think I might have an idea that would bring public interest back to the electric vehicle. My definition of any EV is the ability to be "self-charged" by sunlight. I never believe... Read More
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By simply adding a rain water cistern catch system with sides and the bottom using rain gutters, homeowners can funnel the rain into large underground or above-ground tanks/barrels, depending on need. This innovation could work for residential and... Read More
Douglas County Libraries and Sundolier team-up to bring natural daylight in to the library with the latest technology. Whether it's bringing natural daylight in to a room or providing a sparkling book to a bright child, Douglas County Libraries are... Read More
Since "depleted" nuclear reactor fuel rods are still radioactive, why not try to collect the radiation energy in them the same way that a solar cell works? By surrounding a fuel rod with transparent material casing in a silicate substance... Read More
Bio-Batteries Powered by Sugar
Bio-Batteries Powered by Sugar
Our latest segment from Bloomberg West features a fuel cell that is powered by sugar commonly found in soda and sports drinks.
Sutter Health
People sometimes don't realize just how much potential energy they possess. One great example concerns exercise, and the failure of gyms and health clubs to harness the energy of their patrons. As health club members use exercise machines such as... Read More

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