May 3 2008, 05:18 PM
I am setting up a new business to explore the potential of setting standards for minimum alternative energy used to reduce dependent carbon foot print.
I am always looking for new ideas, and suggestions. Depending on the idea, even new partners to make things happen.
I am tired of the Big Boys Club getting away with things.
Looking forward to good input.
Let's keep it serious.
May 3 2008, 10:50 PM
I think we should definately start thinking about our environment. I love the Desertec plan.
To read more about it: Desertec website
I don't we should reduce the energy used in the world. It will be too difficult. If we have durable energy. And environment friendly. It should do enough to keep our health up.
May 30 2008, 03:17 PM
There are several alternative energy sources, the point is to find practical applications for them. Another option is to improve the efficiency of the existing "devices" so that they will use less energy. I am working with thermal fluids and we proved that they can increase the efficiency in heath trasnfer processes. This is a new technology and we are trying it right now.
Jun 15 2008, 03:58 AM
whatever energy we use think of the environment first!
Jun 15 2008, 05:37 AM
I have been researching my own new alternative energy source, which i hope to get going soon
I am also happy with the research of hydrogen fuel cells. Which can be used instead of gas in a car.
Jun 15 2008, 06:16 AM
We are switching from Oil -> Burning Wood in our household. It is much more cost effective and very practical for us. As far as automobiles I really do think it is about time we came up with something better. Hydrogen/Electric hybrids will probably come in the future but their is basically no network of hydrogen fuel stations in the U.S. The rising electric rates also makes owning an all electric car (convert or not) less practical.
Jun 15 2008, 03:19 PM
i believe that they have put 5 hydrogen fuel statations around the world, and are planning to have 10 in the US by 2009
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