admin on December 20th, 2010

It’s something completely different than solar panels, windmills and other solutions and high above them. The reason is that all of them rely on extensive source and are often conditioned by the weather.

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admin on December 17th, 2010

Even motorized pedal bike can be called a hybrid vehicle in a way. But nowadays when we talk about hybrid cars we usually have hybrid electric vehicles in mind.

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admin on December 15th, 2010

Governments cut spending on unnecessary things (or pretend to do so) and average people ask themselves a questions like “how can I save money?”, “what on my shopping list is something I don’t really need?” and so on.

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admin on December 13th, 2010

In Sweden usage of biomass energy has already surpassed that of oil.

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admin on December 10th, 2010

We use energy of the sun for our advantage in few different ways. There are water-heating systems that provide warmth for swimming pools, houses, and other buildings. There are small batteries build into pocket devices like calculators, that can power them virtually infinitely.

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admin on December 8th, 2010

windmills were used for providing farm homes with water supply, pumping water for livestock and grinding grains. Only in eighteen eighty eight first wind turbines made especially to generate energy has been created.

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admin on December 5th, 2010

He was able to develop any invention in his imagination from scratch to complete machine. Tesla usually envisioned a project of machine, put it into motion, leave it for some time, and only come back to it later to check if it’s working properly.

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admin on December 2nd, 2010

A big advantage of them is that their self-discharge rate is very low. It stays at the level of about 40 percent for a year.

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