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International District Energy Association
Build more district energy systems, because they have the inherent scale and load aggregation to consume biomass as well as fossil fuels and to use unique resources such as deep lake water to replace air conditioning equipment.
International District Energy Association
District Energy is a proven technology that has been heating our colleges and universities, hospitals, research campuses, downtown areas, airports and military installations for over 100 years. This video walks the viewer through the basic concepts... Read More
Citizen at large
Place a geostationary microwave station in orbit and broadcast to a set of Bloom Boxes placed around the countryside. If one location is clouded over, broadcast to another location. These microwaves could also power a spacecraft (space elevator).... Read More
www.coldfusionnow.org
Cold fusion refers to a safe, clean, decentralized energy source that has no harmful byproducts and could supply 100% of our energy needs, replacing dirty energy sources such as oil, gas, and coal forever. Originally, cold fusion was the term given... Read More
Planet Forward
Catch Secretary Steven Chu's solar panel announcement and his presentation at the White House's GreenGov Symposium. Also hear from Secretary Tom Vilsack and Janine Benyus (starting at 1:06), natural science writer and bio-mimicry innovation... Read More
Planet Forward
Planet Forward hosted a LIVE event during the White House's GreenGov Symposium, a conference focused on making all levels of government more sustainable. In this segment, Sandia National Laboratories shows the potential of how a little change can go... Read More
The George Washington University
by M. Ravichandran Check out this entrepreneurial Georgetown undergrad who started a non-profit company that consults for DC area residents and businesses looking to install solar panels! He's smart, savvy and GREEN, ladies ;)

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