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Deep-sea oil rigs inspire MIT designs for giant wind turbines

An MIT researcher has a vision: Four hundred huge offshore wind turbines are providing onshore customers with enough electricity to power several hundred thousand homes, and nobody standing onshore can see them. The trick? The wind turbines are floating on platforms a hundred miles out to sea, where the winds are strong and steady. Today’s […]

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Friday Humor, Wind Power Run Amok

               

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East Africa: Empowering Telecom Service Providers in Rural Areas

Tanzania is a vast country, endowed with numerous sights that can easily take your breath away. One person put it in a very simple way, that for one to really understand the size of Tanzania, it simply means that you can easily take Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi and put them together, and you still remain […]

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Solar Charging and Battery Backup For Your Home

Tesla Power Wall – Solar Powered Day and Night The average home uses more electricity in the morning and evening than during the day when solar energy is plentiful. Without a home battery, excess solar energy is often sold to the power company and purchased back in the evening. This mismatch adds demand on power plants […]

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Mali to build west Africa’s first solar plant

Mali has signed an agreement with a Norwegian renewable energy specialist to build west Africa’s first industrial-scale solar power plant, the company announced in a statement on Friday. Oslo-based Scatec Solar said it had signed up to build the 52 million-euro ($58 million) unit near the southwestern city of Segou and run it for 25 […]

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