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Thursday, February 1, 2007
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Wind > Vertical Axis > TMA > Will TMA Wind Blow Away the Competition? - Vertical axis wind turbine technology with concentrating air foils enables TMA to compete with the best horizontal turbine costs at lower wind speeds, while the return on investment is even greater at higher wind speeds, where the horizontal turbines have to shut down. Other advantages are many. (PESN exclusive; Feb. 1)
- Mixing Sea and River Water > KEMA - `Blue energy' is electricity produced by harnessing the difference in salt concentration between fresh water and salt water. Thanks to advances in the electrical modification of plastics, the special membranes needed for blue energy can now be made very cheaply, which means blue energy has become affordable for countries with river deltas. (Thanks John Q. Public)
- Wind > Lots of Wind in Antarctica; Now There Are Turbines - Eight wind turbines are en route to the South Pole where they will help provide power for Belgium's Princess Elisabeth Antarctic research station. Using wind turbines marks a major change in Antarctic stations, which have mainly relied on diesel generators because wind turbines were thought not to be sturdy enough for the harsh environment. (TreeHugger; Jan. 31)
- Global Warming > Climate Change: "Many, Many Smoking Guns" - When the UN-organized Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presents its projections for global warming and future climate changes tomorrow, the report's hallmark will be a far greater level of certainty and precision than what was expressed in the last IPCC report, issued in 2001. (MIT Technology Review; Feb. 1)
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