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World Electricity Mix Interactive -- National Geographic

World Electricity Mix Interactive -- National Geographic | Renewable Energy | Scoop.it
Where does the world get its electricity? See how much power is generated, and from what fuels, today and in the future.

 

We all need energy...
     - to survive
     - for our physical being,
     - in order to run all of our electronics and drive our cars.

With National Geographic’s Great Energy Challenge users can...
     - find out how big their carbon footprint is.
     - find out about the carbon footprint of every region around the world.
     - also view an interactive display of electrical consumption all around the world.
     - view a global map, or zoom and see more specific regions. The interactive display also shows how each region produces electricity. You can use the sliders below the map to see how changing the way a region produces their electricity would impact that region, and the entire world.

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World Electricity Mix Interactive -- National Geographic

World Electricity Mix Interactive -- National Geographic | Renewable Energy | Scoop.it
Where does the world get its electricity? See how much power is generated, and from what fuels, today and in the future.

 

We all need energy...
     - to survive
     - for our physical being,
     - in order to run all of our electronics and drive our cars.

With National Geographic’s Great Energy Challenge users can...
     - find out how big their carbon footprint is.
     - find out about the carbon footprint of every region around the world.
     - also view an interactive display of electrical consumption all around the world.
     - view a global map, or zoom and see more specific regions. The interactive display also shows how each region produces electricity. You can use the sliders below the map to see how changing the way a region produces their electricity would impact that region, and the entire world.


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The Artificial Leaf - Renewable Energy - Horizons

Adam Shaw travels to Boston to meet Harvard professor Daniel Nocera who has created a device that has the ability to replicate photosynthesis. More Horizons ...
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Endless hot water without electricity!

http://practicalpreppers.com/ I built a water heater out of used parts and used a Stovetec Rocket stove to start the thermo siphoning process. Coil vid ... h...
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Google wants your help making cheaper, tinier solar power systems

Google wants your help making cheaper, tinier solar power systems | Renewable Energy | Scoop.it
Solar panels have become cheaper and more efficient in recent years, but you can't say the same for the big, costly inverters turning their energy into usable electricity. Google isn't happy with this lack of progress, so it's about ...
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Crowdfunding Project Of The Week: Solar Roadways Brings ...

Crowdfunding Project Of The Week: Solar Roadways Brings ... | Renewable Energy | Scoop.it
Remember Solar Roadways, the start-up that received a $100,000 contract from the Department of Transportation to develop road systems with embedded digital signage and dividing lines, all powered by the sun?
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LETTER OF THE DAY - So much on electricity thieves, what about tax evaders? - Jamaica Gleaner

LETTER OF THE DAY - So much on electricity thieves, what about tax evaders? - Jamaica Gleaner | Renewable Energy | Scoop.it
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LETTER OF THE DAY - So much on electricity thieves, what about tax evaders?
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LETTER OF THE DAY - So much on electricity thieves, what about tax evaders? Published: Monday | May 19, 2014 Comments 0.
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