Energ-y

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Solar Power Mexico 2012: The Only Event Uniting the Rapidly Expanding Mexican Solar Industry

It has been estimated that solar thermal and PV electricity will account for up to five percent of Mexico's energy supply by 2030 and up to ten percent by 2050.

The Solar Power Mexico conference and exhibition aims for the first time to unite key international players in this growing industry to drive forward government support, promote financial backing and provide a platform for discussion on how the Me ...

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Dancing with Water

Dive in! . . . and splash around! Enjoy a refreshing dip in the New Science of Water!

 

Dancing with Water will help you understand the New Science of Water and it will provide you with the tools so you can create full-spectrum, living water . . . in your own home.

Despite the fact that tap water is still more or less free, people are increasingly willing to pay top dollar to get water that i ...

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Charge Your iPhone While It's In Your Pocket With Nanotech Fabric

Researchers at the Wake Forest University’s Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials have developed a new fabric that uses thermoelectrics to charge devices. Dubbed the ‘Power Felt,’ the material can produce an electrical charge through temperature changes, such as the user touching the device with their finger, or simply sitting on it.

What this essentially means is that a cell ...

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