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Added by Bob Wallace on July 28, 2010 at 8:31am —
April 14, 2010
The U.S. Government and the rest of the world have launched an aggressive assault by arming themselves with the ability and means of using all sorts of Renewable and Clean Energy technologies. So why haven't the U.S. Citizens been able to arm themselves too.…
Added by REepedia on April 14, 2010 at 8:14pm —
Alternative Energy eNewsletter,
April 4th, 2010
Morocco is a North African country with no oil reserves. But nature has endowed… Continue
Added by W. Dan Chance on April 5, 2010 at 3:55pm —
The Obama administration should have sent federal stimulus money not to the U.S. states, but to cities, where ”most of the environmental damage is done and most of the chances for improvement are,” New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday.
Bloomberg joined about 80 other local leaders from around the world at a ‘’summit” that took place alongside the U.N. climate conference.
The mayors and other officials were from rich capitals like London and Tokyo and impoverished… Continue
Added by Bob Wallace on December 16, 2009 at 9:34am —
I saw the ad for a CNG trucking workshop on the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association
website advertising a CNG Trucking event and did a little research. It seems that one of the key sponsors of the event is the US Department of Energy. I went to their website and found more information on the Clean Cities program as well as links to other similar workshops around the country. If you are involved in the trucking industry you may want to attend… Continue
Added by mike on July 10, 2009 at 8:33am —
Yesterday at the National Clean Energy Project Forum former President Bill Clinton made a suggestion that I found fascinating. He was mentioning the Distributed Energy model in which anyone can become a net producer of energy rather than a consumer and sell the excess energy they produce back to the grid. As part of his comments he suggested that the government create an "Energy Extension Service" who's job would be to educate consumers on how to both save energy and to become small scale… Continue
Added by mike on February 24, 2009 at 11:44am —
Yesterday I and several other members of the Pickens Army attended the National Clean Energy Summit along with Boone Pickens and various other staffers. It was very informative at the least and it was good to hear the forum participants have such an open dialogue especially because there were people around the table who represented most sides of the political spectrum and all were agreeing with each other. Bill Clinton, Al Gore and Nancy Pelosi might be expected to lean toward the left but then… Continue
Added by mike on February 24, 2009 at 10:30am —
I watched and listened to this roundtable of elected and non-elected offiicials and am struck with the gut feeling that they are just playing in a sandbox ---like in grade school. The number of recognized and lettered scientists who spoke during this roundtable discussion was few. Where are the experts like James Hansen, Amory Lovins, Lester Brown, Jeremy Rifkin, Denis Hayes, et al? The suits speaking at this roundtable bother me when most of those present are not qualified to discuss this… Continue
Added by Solar Man on February 24, 2009 at 4:30am —
SUBMITTED FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION If we can muster support for a new idea just surfacing on the internet, you'll never have to buy gas again. There is a new book available free at http://www.thenewskunkworks.com/ which outlines an idea that is long overdue. If you read it, and simply spread the word, America could "Invent it's way out of this mess." That means clean air, free energy, and a million other benefits... and all with only one little detail that needs to be put in place to enable it.… Continue
Added by Dax Radtke on December 20, 2008 at 2:26pm —
Did you know that in average around 7 gallons of refined oil go into one car tire? Did you know that there are over 1 billion scrap automobile tires in landfills, storage sites and uncontrolled tire dumps across the country? Did you know that the United States generate over 280 million scrap tires per year? That is about 50 million barrels of crude oil which at just US$45 per barrel translates to about US$2.25 billion per year. The price of crude oil in July 2008 was over US$147 per barrel. Do… Continue
Added by Robert - Green Energy on December 3, 2008 at 11:30am —
I just invested in a new 96% efficient gas hybrid heating system for my 250 year old home in East Haddam, CT. I have tightened my envelope on this old house best I can. My new system is hybrid because it integrates Solar Hot Water and is producing 80% of my hot water needs in this loop. Where it falls short, the furnace kicks in to supplement the short fall. I also bought a clean burning Jetta Diesel wagon that is 50mpg in real life and that purchase earned me a 1,300 federal tax credit. I was… Continue
Added by Michael Marsden on November 15, 2008 at 2:00pm —
I'll meet you the other half of the way... It's all in the website, it's there for the reading, but here you go:
But before that I gotta add a little commentary, please try to understand that I don't care for the way the rest of the industry *brags* and makes empty claims just because the marketing department says: "We can get them to swallow this!"
First, all ratings depend on the availability of sunlight at the site. In order to get around this huge… Continue
Added by Paul on September 3, 2008 at 9:00pm —
Have we taken the time to really think about what we want these 21st century wind farms to look like? They will have a lasting impact on the landscape of our nation’s heartland for a very long time.
With the green movement in high gear – we should be careful that we do not lose our sense of balance between function and form. What if - in addition to engineering the machines for these new sources of renewable energy – we also designed an incredibly massive piece of art stretching from… Continue
Added by Chris Streeter on August 17, 2008 at 9:00pm —
Yesterday I attended a webinar on clean coal or coal to hydrogen technology. I think that this technology represents a way for us to transition from our current energy sources to a viable hydrogen economy in both the electric and vehicular fuel areas.
When producing hydrogen from coal steam and coal (or another hydrocarbon) are reacted with each other and the hydrogen produced comes from the water primarily or partially depending on the hydrocarbon used. Plus they are focusing mostly… Continue
Added by mike on August 8, 2008 at 6:40am —
When he declared last week in Oakland that “we’re not going to participate any longer in any ANWR coalition. We are out of that and out of it forever,” Teamsters President James P. Hoffa added two more cars to the gathering freight train of popular support for a new clean energy, good jobs national economic strategy.
The first car, of course, is packed with the 1.4 million members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters
, now much… Continue
Added by mike on August 1, 2008 at 1:14pm —
You can actually increase your fuel mileage and reduce your emissions significantly by using Omstar D-1280X. It works, I've tested in my GMC Duramax and it really worked. Check out the blog site at
Ethos, EthosFR, ForEarth, eeFuel, NanoTech, Fuel Legacy is a incomplete attempt at copying the formula of Omstar D-1280X… Continue
Added by FuelAdditiveMan on July 31, 2008 at 8:00pm —
it is a clean energy ( Natural Gas ) ?? will it work and is this a good idea ?? natural gas for cars !
Added by Mad Money Man on July 20, 2008 at 9:27am —