Tracey Carpenter (Bathurst Community Climate Action Network) and Nick King (Environmentally Concerned Citizens of Orange (ECCO) talk about the 100 per cent Renewables campaign in the central west of New South Wales, Australia.
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SAN JOSE (02/24/2010) — The hottest startup in Silicon Valley isn’t in the IT business. But if Bloom Energy‘s fuel cell technology does what the company promises, it could have a big impact on anyone running a data center, or even a house full of PCs and consumer electronics. Bloom unveiled its Bloom Energy Server on Wednesday at eBay’s headquarters in San Jose, where several are already in use powering a part of an office building. Dignitaries, politicians and CEOs gathered to sing the praises of the product as Bloom announced its availability.
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http://www.YouTheSmartBuyer.com/energy – Renewable Energy For a Better Life
Electricity generated from new sources to reduce environmental waste and pollution
Renewable electricity to reduce waste and environmental pollution
Americans now consume 50 percent more electricity per capita than 25 years ago
Only two percent of its electricity from clean, renewable sources.
With more clean energy, will lower the cost of electricity, clean air, and to solve climate change
Clean energy generated from renewable energy sources such as wind, hydro, solar, biomass
Biomass is a great opportunity to be exploited in domestic resources for electricity production and fuel
Grass, trees, biological materials and agriculture are the raw materials for biomass
This can be used as renewable energy. It can produce electricity, chemicals, fuel or heat.
Renewable energy to reduce pollution, clean air and water, improving health, and protect the climate for future generations. And that renewable energy is very economical.
Now, it’s time to use clean energy for future
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Feb. 25 (Bloomberg) — Glenn McCullough, former head of the Tennessee Valley Authority, talks about the outlook for alternative Energy.
McCullough, talking with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock,” says President Barack Obama should call for a “Camp David-like energy summit.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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From the album, The Panic Broadcast. Directed by Tommy Jones at Studio NJ
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Here we go again, my gripe and woes with skip hire in London are still not at an end.
The entire bloody waste disposal industry seems to be in utter disaray, from skip hire in Leeds and skip hire in Bradford to the likes of skip hire in Nottingham. It doesn’t matter where you hire one of these damn things, it won’t turn up on time, builders will stand around wiating for it, it will cost a bomb and it will likely damage your property when removed.