Sustainable Technologies/Future Energy
The United States of America is Not Ready for the Effects of Climate Change and the Future Demand for Power
The United States is not ready for the effects of climate change and the future demand for power.
It’s abundantly clear that the power grid in the United States is not ready for the effects of climate change, including the extreme weather events that come with it. After all,
The UniText Standard - An Order of Magnitude Improvement of of Management Efficiency for Sustainability
DIRECT ENERGY CONVERTOR — THERMIONIC TRANSISTOR
Direct conversion of thermal energy to electric energy remains one of the most promising, yet challenging, methods of power production.
Direct thermal to electric energy conversion has potential to replace internal combustion engines and turbines in nearly all electrical applications,
The VAYU is a prototype under development to meet the needs of electricity consumption by our society in the future. The renewable energy namely rain, solar and wind. Not only does it use renewable energy but also simple resources which are easily accessible and available globally,
On wind turbines VForce® patented blade morphing technology can generate an estimated 8-20% additional electricity generation (Lindenberg et al. 2008) by operating in low wind situations.
The technology is suitable for tapered blades and is of light weight construction.
It utilizes its advanced solar thermal collection and storage technologies as a power source for rapidly removing water from agricultural run-off and sludge using a process that increases the rate of evaporation many magnitudes of that of natural evaporation. Because of this accelerated evaporation,
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