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- Mon, 23 Sep 2019 16:58:33 +0000: Electrical Grid - ECO SYSTEMS For TODAY- Solar,WInd, Water, Bio Energy sources#ecosolar
NPR has put out an interesting interactive map detailing the US’s power grid and sources of power. By clicking through the map, you can see where different types of power plants are located, the concentration of those types of power, and the different capacities for renewable energy generation like solar and wind for different areas. Maps are...
- Mon, 23 Sep 2019 07:32:35 +0000: Off Shore Wind Power - ECO SYSTEMS For TODAY- Solar,WInd, Water, Bio Energy sources#ecosolar
14 companies have made the first move towards floating offshore wind projects on the West Coast, and offshore wind development is in full swing in Taiwan, Korea, Japan and other Asian countries. These new projects require different technologies, supply chains, and construction methods than those used for most European or Atlantic Coast projects. But major...
- Mon, 08 Apr 2019 17:07:01 +0000: The Wall -an energy solution - ECO SYSTEMS For TODAY- Solar,WInd, Water, Bio Energy sources#ecosolar
Building an energy corridor along the border instead of just a wall would be a 'giant leap for mankind,' bringing security and jobs to the region, says a Purdue University-led national consortium of engineers and scientists.
- Mon, 08 Apr 2019 16:58:01 +0000: DIY Do it Yourself - ECO SYSTEMS For TODAY- Solar,WInd, Water, Bio Energy sources#ecosolar
DIY for Alternative Energy is very important today. People doing what they can to improve our life is a God given and Constitutionally given right. We don’t have to be subject to man’s requirement to pay all the pulpers of this world. We in USA can build and design our better world. About the only...
- Sun, 14 Jan 2018 03:16:24 +0000: (HPC4Mfg) program - ECO SYSTEMS For TODAY- Solar,WInd, Water, Bio Energy sources#ecosolar
The High Performance Computing program has expanded to include projects focused on advanced materials. Two seedling projects are part of DOE's Fossil Energy High Performance Computing for Materials (HPC4Mtls) Program, which develops new or improved materials that can withstand extreme conditions.