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Archive for June, 2012

Geothermal Energy | Geothermal Energy Project Under Way At Missouri S&T

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Work is under way on drilling hundreds of wells for a major project that is expected to save the Missouri University of Science and Technology close to $3 million in energy costs annually in the future.Drilling the wells is the first step to convert the university’s existing heating and cooling system to a geothermal energy system, a project that will cost an estimated $30 million.Well drilling    .. more …

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Biomass | Questions To Ask A Biomass Energy Company


Are you looking to start generating biomass electricity? Doing so has many advantages, but it’s not something you just want to jump into. Your best bet is to find a biomass energy company and ask the following questions:1. How long have you been working in the biomass industry?You’re looking at spending a lot of money to venture into new territory and hopefully make sizeable profits. With so much    .. more …

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What Is Energy | Life Tips For Phlegmatics: Winning Spiritual Mind Battles

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In a previous article, we explained how people’s temperaments (based upon the Arno Profile System) affect how their minds function and how each needs to wage spiritual warfare differently in this area. We will now consider Phlegmatics.Below are some typical life circumstances and associated thoughts that the Phlegmatic might deal with. Phlegmatic’s are extremely slow-paced and stubborn. They go    .. more …

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Electric Car | Better Place Electric Car Spotting

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More than five months have passed since Shai Agassi’s Better Place electric car company put its first 100 Renault Fluence EV on Israeli roads. The event was covered with a certain amount of local fanfare and only afterwards was it revealed that a number of these cars were sent to major rental car companies for their use and not to private buyers. That was obvious to be expected, as the company’s    .. more …

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Sustainable Energy | Broan QTXE110FLT 110 CFM Ultra Silent Bath Fan/Light

sustainable energyThe Quietest Products in the Industry. The Most Stylish Options for Your Home. The QTXE Line Represents the Ultimate in Bath Fan Solutions for Today’s Homes. Whether You Select a Fan or a Fan/Light Version, the QTXE Line Brings Simple Elegance to Any Bath or Powder Room. Whether By Sight or By Sound, You’ll Barely Notice the QTXE Line. Except, of Course, When You Need Just the Right Amount of Ventilation and Light at the Touch of a Switch. Broan QTXE110FLT Ultra Silent 0.7 Sones 110cfm Bathroom Fan with Light New, Attractive Low-Profile Grille Styling! 36 Watt GU24 Fluorescent Light (2-18 Watt Bulbs Included) and 4 Watt Nightlight (Bulb Not Included) 110 CFM 0.7 Sones 6″ Ducting for Superior Performance ENERGY STAR Qualified and Title 24 Compliant 4W Nightlight (Bulb Sold Separately) Motor Engineered for Continuous Operation UL Listed for Use Over Tub/Shower with GFCI Circuit Hanger Bars for Easy, Fast and Universal Installation in All Types of Construction Housing Dimension: 10-1/2″ x 11-3/8″ x 7-5/8″ – Fits 2″ x 8″ Construction Grille Dimension: 13-3/8″ x 14-1/4″

  • 36 Watt GU24 fluorescent light – (2-18 watt bulbs included) and 4 watt nightlight (bulb not included)
  • 110 CFM, 0.7 Sones
  • 6″ ducting for superior performance
  • UL Listed for use over tub/shower with GFCI circuit
  • Motor engineered for continuous operation

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Sustainable Energy | What Type Of Engineers Work In The Field Of Sustainable Energy?

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What type of engineers work in the field of sustainable energy? For example solar power energy, wind energy, wave energy, water current energy. Would it be environmental engineering, civil or Mechanical?thankswhat do you mean bbulloughTypically mechanical or chemical… but mostly engineers who work for companies that survive only on government subsidies and tax breaks… ’cause it ain’t    .. more …

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