Sustainable Technologies

The power densities in high altitude winds (4600 m and above) exceeds a 20 kW/m2 seasonal average and this is the highest power density for a large renewable energy resource anywhere on Earth. It exceeds the power densities of sunlight, near surface winds, ocean currents, hydropower, tides, geothermal,

All major highways are designed with opposite direction lanes with an un-used medium strip separating them.

After using the toilet we normally wash our hands. Before taking a shower, we often use the toilet. Before washing, we commonly allow the hot water to run in the sink or tub until it warms up, producing unnecessary waste.

This machine is based off of electrolysis that has been a known format of extracting hydrogen. We know about electrolysis and how it works. The question is have we done all that we can. I propose a different way of thinking about the process.

With today's society basing all new advancements and technologies on renewable energy, clean energy and energy efficiency, "going green" is the new future.

Hydrogen is the most abundant resource on Earth so implementing this as a new fuel will greatly benefit our environment in numerous ways.

Regarding the greenhouse effect and providing sustainable energy sources, hydrogen economy plays a significant role in the future but has many challenging points. By using hydrogen fuel cell systems supply clean energy without any emission gas. Water vapour is the only product of the reactions taking place,

IndianOil's Refinery at Panipat, with its newly commissioned Motor Spirit Quality Upgradation Plant, is many things to many people. It is among one of the refineries to achieve Euro-III norms. It shows that industrial development is compatible with the ecology. it represents the succesful collaboration with international technology.

Buildings are one of the most intensive consumers of natural resources and account for a significant portion of the greenhouse gas emissions that affect the environment. In the U.S., buildings account for 38% of all CO2 emissions and represent 72% of U.S electricity consumption, EIA (2008).


Google images of “Trash Dump” and not one desirable image is returned. Yet, we continue to use this technology somehow believing that if we can bury our refuse it will no longer exist. Google Liquid Nitrogen and plenty of examples of science experiments will be returned,

Reducing dependency on carbon fuels is a major goal and concern for many. One way to do this is to increase gas mileage as well as reduce the use of combustion engines that also burn oil as well.

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