Tag: Energy

Community raising money to install renewable energy sources for their primary electricity source

by on Sep.04, 2013, under Articles, Culture, Politics, Science, Videos, Visual Media

A small city in Colorado is raising money for a campaign that will decide if their community moves to a renewable resource model of energy generation, or continues to use the traditional coal-burning resources provided by the sole energy company in the area. See the video below about the steps they’ve already taken.

Crowdfund Site

Video

Source (UpWorthy.com)

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Carbon Nanotubes: Not better but better!

by on Sep.30, 2009, under Articles, Science

Carbon nanotubes may power ultracapacitor car by John Timmer (ars technia)

At Technology Review’s EmTech conference last week, MIT professor Joel Schindall told the audience at a panel on energy storage why ultracapacitors may have a significant role to play in our transportation future. The good properties of these devices—fast charge/discharge cycles and an essentially unlimited number of cycles—make them a compelling choice for powering an electric vehicle. Schindall also explained why their downside, a far lower charge density than batteries, might not be as much of a problem as it might appear at first glance….

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