Clean Tech

The compressed air recovery energy (CARE) system will heat and air condition your home and business at a lower cost to our health, wealth and environment. The pressurized fluid based power system for devices such as vehicle drivetrains will power... Read More
Solar is a hard sell in the midst of global recession and continued unemployment. Just try convincing a middle class family with a mortgage and car payments to part with $40,000 for a rooftop installation. So long as rooftop builds are the only... Read More
The government should give grants to people that have their automobiles converted to LPG. It now costs about $1000 - 2000 to have a car converted. Most of this is profit for the service station doing the conversion. It only costs about $100 for... Read More
I envision solar panels that would overlap and interlock to be used as roofing tiles. They would interconnect using integrated connectors instead of wires or cables. These tiles would be made in standard sizes and shapes for easy removal and... Read More
Since November 15th was America Recycles Day what would be more fitting than tips on recycling. Recycling is extremely important to help reduce our impact on the environment. Some key reasons to recycle are: it saves energy, it helps the environment... Read More
In this video, Oxford Pathways Commission Secretary Kate Kellum discusses turning derelict railways into state-of-the-art cycling paths for the residents around the University of Mississippi. The paths are expected to reduce automobile traffic by... Read More
Imagine for a moment that you live in an apartment building, rent commercial space in a shopping center, lease office space in a building, own a house in a densely wooded area, or manage a government agency in a building that does not receive much... Read More
The geothermal industry gets its first big lobbyist. Will this help expand on a lagging form of clean energy production?
I found this federal bureaucracy on the web. Sent them my idea that could save the morale of our citizens and reduce so much unnecessary suffering when the price of [imported] oil shoots up. So far I have received no reply. Energy Workforce Study
George Washington University-School of Media and Public Affairs
Usually, the Sun's rays would melt ice instead of make it. This ice-skating rink in Maryland uses over 2,500 solar panels on its roof to offset the high energy costs of maintaining indoor ice year-round!

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