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    Daily Update of the latest Green Technology Developments from Around the World

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    June 23,2013

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    twingtec-6TwingTec aims to harvest wind power using kites

    As anyone who has flown a kite or a paraglider, or landed under a parachute can tell you, the wind is stronger the higher off the ground you are. The wind slows with the drag of the earth and obstacles sticking up from it, and as this drag is reduced with altitude, the air’s velocity increases

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    e6A bigger, better electric plane is under development

     the company recently joined forces with PC Aero to start development of the latter’s new twin prop, 6-passenger electric airplane concept called the Elektro E6. EADCO is now busying itself designing the frame for the potentially groundbreaking craft, while PC Aero takes care of the electrical systems.

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    10-01-2013-mia-bluestar-20_0£16,995 Mia Electric Microbus Arriving In UK Soon
    The Mia Electric Microbus, a rather interesting and cute little vehicle, is hitting the aisles in the UK this summer (i.e. it’s going on sale there). According to a Mia Electric press release, the electric microbuses will start at £16,995 + VAT in the UK include “two Lithium Ion Phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries, generating 12 kW, a stable chemistry giving a range of up to 74 miles and recharging fully in 5 hours.” 10 minutes of charging provided 5 miles of range, according to the company.

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    Southwest_Powerlink_route_of_sunrise_powerlink_r620x349Wind-energy dispute heads to court

    Community activists in the Boulevard area are pushing back against zoning changes for wind energy development in unincorporated San Diego County, fearing the industrialization of rural landscapes.

     

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    SolarCarUniversity of Michigan Redesigns Solar Car for Australian Race

    A new solar car from the University of Michigan may be the strangest-looking vehicle you’ve seen in a while, but its funky asymmetrical design aims to bring the school to victory at the World Solar Challenge in Australia later this year.

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    imagesGeothermal Power Tanzania Plans First Steam GenerationNext Year

    Geothermal Power Tanzania Ltd. plans to invest as much as $350 million to drill steam fields in the country’s south and build its first geothermal plants with the capacity to generate up to 140 megawatts by 2018.

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    213981Present Today at Hydrogen + Fuel Cells 2013 in Vancouver

    HFC2013 is an international tradeshow for the hydrogen and fuel cell technology industry. It is expected that more than 1,000 delegates will be in attendance from 50-plus countries, including Canada, Germany, US, Japan, Korea and China. The event features prominent industry and government leaders as keynote speakers, as well as sessions focusing on key issues and new initiatives within the sector.

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    June 22,2013

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    2012-tesla-model-s-fdElectric car maker Tesla unveils 90-second battery pack swap

    Tesla Motors Inc on Thursday unveiled a system to swap battery packs in its electric cars in about 90 seconds, a service Chief Executive Elon Musk said will help overcome fears about their driving range.

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    Electric HighwayGas-powered cars to dominate for decades

    The head of a leading automotive research centre thinks the internal combustion engine will be world’s most popular engine for at least another two decades.

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    wind1_newsOpportunities in energy cited

    THE PHILIPPINES has been identified as one of the most attractive countries for energy investments as the country is seen to provide moderate to relatively high financial returns to investors, according to a study by PA Consulting Group:

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    IMG_4893Outrider USA, Electric Trike Review

    three recent college graduates with a shop in Fletcher  North Carolina have taken on the task of offering one of the most exciting and expensive electric bikes on the market. But instead of just building an electric bike, these guys have chosen a platform that few companies are willing to try…the tadpole recumbent trike.

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    Mapping the Renewable Energy Revolution

     

    • A new World Bank program is helping developing countries map their renewable energy potential in a new way that produces rich, nationwide data.

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    samsung-electronics-eco-trees-252x150Experts Suggest Planting Trees to Save Up to 25% Energy Spent on Heating and Cooling

    A new online resource, called “Trees for Energy Conservation,” will help consumers and professionals to save energy by planting trees in the right places. Trees create shade and, when properly placed in urban settings, the shade produced by trees can significantly reduce energy use in homes, offices, and other buildings.

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    imagesOffshore Wind May Become Key to Japan’s Energy Mix, Vestas Says

    Wind energy, especially offshore, could become a key power source as the country reviews its energy strategy, Vestas Wind Systems A/S (VWS) Chief Marketing Officer Morten Albaek said.“If Japan is going to reduce its imports of fossil fuels, then you need to get more renewable energy into the energy mix,” he said in an interview in Tokyo. “Wind will play a key role, and offshore wind will be a significant segment inside wind energy.”

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    June 21, 2013

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    artificialphotosynx250DNA constructs antenna for solar energy

    An artificial light-collecting antenna system. Binding a large number of light-absorbing molecules (“red balls”) to a DNA molecule, which is then modified with a porphyrin unit (blue) will result in the creation of a self-assembling system that resembles light harvesting in natural photosynthesis.

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    image13Battery Made From Wood — Efficient, Long-Lasting, Environmentally Friendly Battery Developed
    The tiny new battery — composed of a sliver of wood coated with tin — appears to have great potential, already showing itself to be among the most long-lasting of all sodium-ion nanobatteries. 

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    carocell-solar-panelsUsing Solar Power to Desalinate Water

    Standing on two metal struts that raise the head of the panel, the panel uses vapor change condensation (inside the module) to achieve bacteria- and pathogen-free drinking water from seawater, brackish water, even unused field water.

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    JUNE 19 2013

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    plugless-ev-chargerBosch and Evatran partner to bring EV wireless charging system to the US

    Back in 2010, Virginia-based Evatran Group teased with the promise of a wireless charging system for electric vehicles in the United States. Three years later, thanks to a partnering arrangement with Bosch’ Automotive Solutions group

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    ikeasolarcentennial-304Ikea super-sizes solar power system on Centennial store

    Ikea today said it will add more solar power panels to the roof of its two-year-old Centennial store, nearly doubling the store’s ability to generate electricity from solar power and creating Colorado’s largest rooftop solar power plant.

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    x5The Woman Turning Wave Technology Into Electricity

    The development of an innovation to turn wave energy into power has catapulted Inna Braverman’s company Eco Wave Power to the top of its field worldwide.

     

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    SM_LogoSM Group invests $300 M in geothermal project

    MANILA, Philippines – APC Group Inc. expects to start commercial operations of a $300-million geothermal power project in the Cordilleras by 2018, ushering the entry of the SM Group into the energy production business.

     

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    Singed by the ‘solar’ trap

    City residents allegedly defrauded of lakhs in the name of Swiss Solar, another firm.The second accused in the case and Biju’s business associate, Saritha S. Nair, was not named a partner in the suspect firm, Swiss Solar. “This seems to be Biju’s own operation independent of Sarita,” a senior official said.

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    Electric Bus Service  in Gothenburg by 2015

    Buses that are silent, energy efficient, and don’t release exhaust — sounds good, doesn’t it? Just such a bus service is now in development in the Swedish city of Gothenburg — it’s currently set to launch in 2015. The new “ultramodern” bus service will be entirely electric and powered entirely by renewable energy sources.

     

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    imgresAll of a Sudden, There Aren’t Enough Electric Cars to Keep Up with Demand

    Electric vehicles like the Nissan Leaf and Honda Fit EV used to languish on dealership lots for months. A pricing war with aggressive incentives and cheap lease deals has changed all that.

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    PES_logo_up_left_173_rdPOWER JMD: Exotic Free energy Device

    A French company, Power JMD, appears to have an exotic free energy device that is getting close to market (some time in “2013 or 2014”).

     

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    imagesElectric-motorcycle pioneer ‘pushes limits’ on cross-country rides

    Less than two weeks after completing what he called the first coast-to-coast run on an electric motorcycle, clean-energy advocate Terry Hershner left Orlando Monday on a more ambitious gasoline-free journey: a 15,000-mile ride throughout the U.S.

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    imagesKenya Power to distribute 3.3 million free energy saving bulbs

    The Government, in conjunction with Kenya Power, will distribute 3.3 million free energy saving bulbs in a countrywide exercise set to begin later this year.

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    imagesNanoparticle opens the door to clean-energy alternatives

    Cheaper clean-energy technologies could be made possible thanks to a new discovery. Led by Raymond Schaak, a prof. of chemistry at Penn State Univ., research team members have found that an important chemical reaction that generates hydrogen from water is effectively triggered—or catalyzed—by a nanoparticle composed of nickel and phosphorus, two inexpensive elements that are abundant on Earth.

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    imgresSolar plane lands at Washington on journey across U.S

    (Reuters) – An airplane entirely powered by the sun landed in Washington on Sunday after a flight from St. Louis, the next-to-last leg of a journey across the United States intended to boost support for clean energy technologies.

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    World Wind Turbines To Cross 300,00 Megawatt Mark

    Wind turbines are here to stay. They are increasing in numbers every day, and industry figures show that the amount of energy they are able to generate has reached tremendous levels.

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    imgresRoadshow: Debate rages over cost of charging an electric car

    I am a happy owner of an all-electric Nissan Leaf. I have had it for two years and it has been extremely reliable. I do have range anxiety, but have managed to cope. But with regard to the cost-effectiveness of electric cars vs. gas-powered cars, there is a lot of confusion.

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    California Smashes Solar Energy Record

    Late last Friday, grid operator California ISO (Cal-ISO) announced the state set an all-time solar record just before 1:00 pm when it registered 2,071 megawatts (MW) worth of solar electricity system-wide.

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    cleantechnica-logoElectric Cars Much Cheaper Than You Think, Cheaper Than Gasmobiles (Charts)

    Just this week I noted a new tool from the US Department of Energy showing that fueling an electric car is about 3 times cheaper than fueling a gasmobile. Well, those fuel savings add up, resulting in more money in your pocket, as a recent study from the Electric Power Research Institute

     

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    imagesOp-Ed: Can technology destroy theNew World Order

    Since the inception of the Council on Foreign Relations, our rulers have been centralising the power everywhere, but technology can reverse this trend.

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    6283836Kapiti council tests electric rubbish truck

    A Palmerston North company has taken to picking up the city’s trash to test the country’s first electric truck.Zero Emission Vehicles was out and about in Palmerston North suburbs this week testing its ZEV 9000 rubbish truck.It is soon to be delivered to Kapiti Coast District Council, which bought it for $200,000.The truck runs on lithium-ion phosphate batteries. It is the only one of its kind in the country.

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    imagesWorld’s first turbo refrigerator using neon

    The equipment includes superconducting magnetic energy storage systems, superconducting motors and high temperature superconducting cables. This marks the first time ever that a turbo freezer using neon as the coolant has been marketed.

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    Prototype Offshore Wind Turbine sends electricity to the energy grid

    CASTINE, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — There’s a new first for wind power. The state of Maine is now getting electricity from an offshore floating wind turbine. It’s the first time this has been accomplished in the U.S.

     

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    How Water Could Help Make Better Batteries

    Water could be the key to producing a cheaper, more environmentally friendly and less dangerous way of making the lithium-ion batteries that power so many everyday gadgets, researchers say.

     

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    imagesSolar energy strategy for Punjab By Hassan Siddiq

    Given the depth of energy crisis and its impact on the industrial sector, Punjab needs to immediately replicate the successful projects from other emerging countries.

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    nprlogo_138x46Can Captain Sunshine Save The Israeli Electric Car Dream?

    Captain Sunshine wears a yellow yarmulke, yellow T-shirt and a bright-yellow cape held around his shoulders with a silky red ribbon. At a recent rally of about 200 electric-car owners in Israel, he called out questions to the crowd.

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    downloadExbury Egg: The floating off-grid workspace and home

     Exbury Egg is a floating off-grid workspace and home, installed on the shore of the Beaulieu River, UK. It was conceived by artist Stephen Turner, and created with the help of both Perring Architecture and Design, and SPUD design studio.

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    inside_torontoRetired York mechanic maintains home with free energy upgrades

    Choking back tears in his Ruthven Place backyard, an emotional Douglas Brunner thanked those who helped upgrade his home to make it more cost effective and energy efficient.

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    GREEN ENERGY TIMES DAILY NEWS ROUNDUP

    USA and Global Green Energy News June 12

     

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    Incoherent combining of fiber lasers developed for directed energy applications

    Advances in solid-state lasers have made them candidates for DE applications. Individual, single-mode, fiber lasers can now produce approximately 10 kilowatts (kW) of continuous power.

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    Electrified bike has GPS tracking and smart power systems

    Dutch bike manufacturer VANMOOF has created what it calls the world’s first intelligent commuter bike. The VANMOOF 10 Electrified combines GPS navigation, smart power control, and electric motivation underpinned by a lightweight battery pack.

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    logoLong-awaited explanation’ for mysterious effects in high-temperature superconductors

    A German-French research team has constructed a new model that explains how the so-called pseudo gap state forms in high-temperature superconductors. The calculations predict two coexisting electron orders.

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    (Molecular Impact Steam Technology) MIST Energy Systems

    – “The impact shatters the molecular bonding creating high temperature dry steam. This is by far the least expensive and cleanest way to create energy and is a revolutionary breakthrough. This will change everything.” (PESWiki; June 11, 2013)

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    E-Cat World Store Opens

    I’m pleased to announce the opening of the E-Cat World Store! I am very happy to partner with artist, musician and magician Barry Simon (a regular poster here) on this project. Barry has designed the store’s first offerings — two different t-shirt designs available in a variety of colors with cold fusion/LENR themes —…

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