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modern methods of power

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Brogan Gunn

on 11 April 2011

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bloombox how it works: http://bloomenergy.com/products/solid-oxide-fuel-cell-animation/ the bloom box is made up of stacks of ceramic disks coated with green and black ink like substances. Bloom Energy, a secretive company that has raised nearly $400 million from investors all that money has come together to form what Bloom Energy is calling the bloom box "According to a press release, engineers modeled a 40-story building, similar to Tampa’s landmark 100 North Tampa, as an example. They estimated an annual cost-savings of $40,000 to $70,000 when installing New Energy’s SolarWindow to exposed window facades, which they contrasted with a polycrystalline silicon module installation on the rooftop that would produce $20,000 in energy savings per year." -cbc reporter spray on solar pannels
The plastic material uses nanotechnology and contains the first solar cells able to harness the sun's invisible, infrared rays. The breakthrough has led theorists to predict that plastic solar cells could one day become five times more efficient than current solar cell technology. solar powered roads
Canada's harsh winters cost us billions of dollars each year in snow removal equipment, weather damage to streets and vehicles, extra days of school and revenue lost to closed businesses. General Electric has an idea for a solar-powered roadway made from super-strong glass, instead of conventional asphalt or concrete.
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