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Billionaire Elon Musk thinks he can pave the way to a better energy future by turning the mattress-shaped batteries in Tesla’s electric car into upright pillars so they can be used to power homes, businesses and even utilities.
We can all agree that the future looks bright and promising in terms of solar + energy storage options for home and business owners alike.
A warm spring and one of the driest summers in recent memory has not only caused problems for farmers, but for allergy sufferers, as well. Without ample rain to wash pollen into storm sewers, pollen has been released into the air in much higher levels than it would be during normal weather conditions. The dry, hot weather has made many allergy-sufferers miserable. […]
Photovoltaic (PV) installations are now a viable option when combined with government-supported feed-in tariffs. In this respect it's a wise strategy for investors to spread their portfolios to include these emerging technologies. More and more electrical installers are expanding into renewable energy technologies to capitalize on this trend. The skill is now to explain to potential customers why it makes fiscal sense to, in effect, pay for their electricity bill in advance by choosing to invest their money in PV technology.
There is a very good chance federal funds are available for Jack to grow his beanstalk if he can show it will create jobs in the beanstalk growing industry. That Princess bothered so much by the pea can likely qualify for federal funding by creating a mattress testing business. And Ali Baba is a sure bet for one of the […]
Since its inception, the PV and ME blog — with its mandate to explore “The Soul of Solar” — has been vilified by some of the most respected solar professionals for its lack of useful content. The critics have been scathing, condemning it as “juvenile gibberish of gobbledygook” and “a meaningless megawatt of immature mumbo jumbo.” In a June email to WASTE, the Worldwide Association of Solar Trade Experts, solar authority and writer Ernest Lee Stern attacked the blog as “PV poppycock,” damning PV and ME‘s founder, William P. Hirshman, as a “lightweight solar journalist” whose articles have “all the clout of a greeting card.” Prior to his PV and ME blog, Hirshman worked for nearly 15 years as an associate editor at the once-highly regarded solar and mattress magazine FUTON International. After FUTON stopped giving him his monthly mattress, Hirshman resigned. While months of hardcore freelancing on the business of the technology followed, he slowly came to the conclusion that the solar industry needed more than just the cold, hard facts. And thus, PV and ME was born.
The global water crisis currently affects 1.5 billion people and according to the U.N., this number will increase to 2.4 billion within the next decade or two.
Arranging for a shipping container is easy. Quality companies offer both new and used standard and high cube shipping containers. Depending on how large your load is, you can choose from 20 foot or 40 foot standard containers, high cube, or quality open top shipping containers, ideal for shipping vehicles or watercraft along with other dry cargo. For best results, […]
The first batches of batteries from electric and hybrid vehicles are hitting retirement age, yet they aren’t bound for landfills. Instead, they’ll spend their golden years chilling beer at 7-Elevens in Japan, powering car-charging stations in California and storing energy for homes and grids in Europe.
Ballast has been widely deployed recently by various marine renewable energy installations. In particular, gravity-based structures and floating wind turbine technologies require high-quality mooring systems to restrict their movements, and make installation and maintenance easier. Cast iron ballast responds to all these requirements and can be easily implemented into different designs with various functions.
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