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Want To Create More Energy From Wind? Build A Tree  ... see more at InventorSpot.com

Want To Create More Energy From Wind? Build A Tree

Many acres of land around the world have been given over to wind turbines to produce much needed electricity from what have been euphemistically termed "wind farms." They create a great deal of noise and some people find them unsightly.

Gypsy caravans (pic:sm). You can truly get away from it all - and come ...    mirror.co.uk

Caravaning: Take life in the slow lane in a Romany wagon

Generator | Electrical Engineering Books

A practical generator. In this diagram the iron core that fills the space between the axle and the rotating coils has been removed for clarity. The magnetic field is provided by the two electromagnet coils ('field windings') which also have iron cores.

algae to oil

There has been a new biofuel breakthrough by researchers at the University of Michigan, who have turned wet algae into a viable substitute for oil. The amazing part? It& all under a minute.

Algae for Biofuel Production - eXtension

This is a compact Plate photobioreactor that is growing spirulina : REUSE old Sliding glass doors for Max sun exposure in premade waterPROOF thin aquarium

*Turn Algae into Usable Fuel in Less than an Hour*  Even giants like Unilever, which make unhealthy household items, have looked to algae as a replacement for palm oil in many of its products since palm oil production is destroying our bio-diverse rain forests. But perhaps the latest and most promising news about algae, though, is that it could replace petroleum fuels.

Given our dependence on fossil fuels and the support structure we have built to accommodate them it does make sense that biofuels would be a reasonable substitute. But what of algae based biofuels?

Self-Healing Concrete Uses Bacteria, Activated by Water, to Fill Cracks, Here's Another Look

Self-Healing Concrete Uses Bacteria, Activated by Water, to Fill Cracks, Dutch researchers from TU Delft, have infused concrete with the bacillus bacteria to create a bio-concrete that has the ability to self-repair

Integrated photovoltaic porch roof  @Rheanne Jakubowski this is what we need :)

Getting Your Energy Source From the Sun May Save You

Integrated photovoltaic porch roof Abed Earnest-Anne Power Jakubowski this is what we need :)

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