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Why Bats Are Insanely Attracted To Wind Turbines?

Bat Kills at Wind Turbines Recent studies have reported large numbers of bats being killed at wind farms in many parts of North America and Europe. Project monitoring has also discovered significant bat mortality at… Read more

Mar 06, 2013 | Edvard

Why Bats Are Insanely Attracted To Wind Turbines?

Zero Emission Power Plant, Without Carbon Dioxide

Abstract India is the world’s fourth largest economy and has a fast growing energy market. India’s current power capacity is 30% short of demand. Coal and petroleum are the primary sources of energy. High… Read more

Feb 22, 2012 | vinod ramireddy

Zero emission power plant

Want to live and use energy on Mars? Why not?

The problem of energy accessibility and production on Mars is one of the three main challenges for the upcoming colonisation of the red planet. The energetic potential on its turn is mainly dependent on… Read more

Sep 17, 2011 | Edvard

Red Planet - Mars

Fire Protection Measures

The measures to mitigate or lessen fire hazards are normally called “fire protection measures”. The National Fire Protection Association NFPA (U.S. organization charged with creating and maintaining minimum standards and requirements for fire prevention… Read more

Jul 13, 2011 | Edvard

Fire Protection Measures

How much for the geothermal energy? Impacts, hm?

Economics Geothermal power requires no fuel, and is therefore immune to fuel cost fluctuations, but capital costs tend to be high. Drilling accounts for over half the costs, and exploration of deep resources entails… Read more

Jun 22, 2011 | Edvard

Economics and environmental impact of geothermal power

Thumbs down to the nuclear energy

Although for decades the arguments against nuclear power have been –and still are- strong and valid, there is an increasing group of nuclear companies supported by scientists and politicians, who say we need nuclear… Read more

Jun 15, 2011 | Edvard

Thumbs down to the nuclear energy

Technology future – The cost of inaction

Without new thinking on technology intervention, the future looks bleak. Unless the role of technology in the global economy is reconsidered, we risk becoming powerless to feed a growing population, combat climate change, meet… Read more

May 25, 2011 | Edvard

Technology future - The cost of inaction

Please, help brave Japan people!

As you already know, Japan is suffering from the greatest disaster since world war 2. A tremendous earthquake, a huge tsunami and now radiation leaks have caused untold damage in this marvelous country of… Read more

Mar 18, 2011 | Edvard

Please help Japan people

Renewables And The Impact On Environment

Alternative energy sources, especially with regard to air emissions. The likely life-cycle emissions (taking into account fuel cultivation, harvesting, collection, transportation and processing, as well as power plant construction, operation and decommissioning) from main… Read more

Jan 08, 2011 | Edvard