Re: [hreg] 7 of the Hottest Clean Tech Projects in the Arab World (Nano Solar Panels)
- It is good to keep up with what the rest of the world is doing to become sustainable. The arab oil nations are using the American addiction to oil to fund their VERY LARGE green projects and create a sustainable country. All that money could be kept here in the States but I guess that is not how this world works.It would be great to have a Masdar city here in TX!On Dec 3, 2011, at 6:08 PM, evelyn sardina wrote:
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Subject: 7 of the Hottest Clean Tech Projects in the Arab World
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7 of the Hottest Clean Tech Projects in the Middle EastA 3D printer that works from sand, nano-sized solar panels, and ice- and energy generating machines in the desert?Tafline collects 7 of the hottest clean tech projects in the Arab World.
Gaza's Getting 20 Zero Energy Schools!!!In the Gaza Strip, energy and water are often used to motivate a particular political agenda, leaving hundreds of Palestinians without a reliable supply.This is set to change dramatically – at least for schools.
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