Monthly Archives: April 2007

“Eco-ISPs” – internet powered by green sources.

ecologee.net catalogs internet service providers that are run by solar, wind or a combination of eco sources. Affordable Internet Services Online, Inc. solar powered network in Romoland, Califonia aiso.net

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Really efficient buildings

The Hawaii Gateway Energy Center in Kailua-Kona, designed by Ferraro Choi and Associates, Ltd., receives its power from the sun and is ventilated with cool temperatures from deep seawater. The American Institute of Architects has announced its “Top Ten Green … Continue reading

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Gas creeping past $3 – The irony of productivity vs. profit

“There are so many outages in the business right now that it is unprecedented,” said Fadel Gheit, senior energy analyst at Oppenheimer & Co. “Refineries are running very hard to meet all the new regulations. Therefore, they are more susceptible … Continue reading

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Our past, our future… Our oil sucking evolution

A quote from W. Bruce Ruby during Emigsville, Pa. Story Night last Tuesday: Now the traffic through town was pretty minimal in the 20’s and not every family owned an automobile most of them road the street car. full story … Continue reading

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Hybrid-powered school bus rolls into Nazareth

The Nazareth Area School District (Pa.) took delivery of a diesel-electric Navistar School bus today. — 70 to 100 percent gain in fuel economy — run 90 percent cleaner. The bus is just the third delivered in the United States … Continue reading

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Global warming’s effect on African oil

Move your eyes away from the tumultuous Middle East for a moment when considering the world oil supply. Africa is a major oil producer that the world is interested in as the Middle East becomes more unstable. Oil has historically … Continue reading

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Learn about the guts of a Prius

Part 3 – Skid-control module plays it safe Part 2 – The dashboard display system Part 1 – The airbag control module techonline.com

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Fly Delta and eat some carbon

Delta Air Lines is partnering with The Conservation Fund, to become the first U.S. airline to help its customers reverse some of the impact caused by jet exhaust that creates carbon emissions by buying trees. To kick off the program, … Continue reading

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Free energy from ocean waves

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has cleared 21 preliminary permits, and about 35 are pending for wave and tidal projects, largely off the West Coast and shores of Florida and New England. Widespread use of marine energy is about a decade … Continue reading

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Solar Cooking: learning the free energy concept

Solar cooking might seem like a great way not to consume energy or heat up a kitchen, but for hundreds of millions of people around the world who cook on wood fires, burn dung and have to walk miles or … Continue reading

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