11/28/2009 --- SOMETHING NEW: OSMOTIC POWER. A renewable energy source which has never been harnessed until now.
11/21/2009 --- HARVESTING, SCAVENGING AMBIENT ENERGY. There’s energy in our immediate surroundings that could possibly be captured, stored and put to work.
11/19/2009 --- LOW-TECH IS HIGH-TECH IN ENERGY SAVING BUILDING MATERIALS. Basic solutions shouldn’t be ignored in seeking energy efficiency and conservation.
11/15/2009 --- NEXT GENERATION PLASTICS RECYCLING. Recycled plastic can build bridges. New recycled plastic material could lead to more recycling.
11/11/2009 --- THE HEAVY TOLL OF IMPORTED OIL. As oil sands damage the Canadian landscape, oil imports take cash away from U.S. consumers when they need it most.
11/7/2009 --- FREE ENERGY IN COMPRESSED AIR. Advanced heat recovery systems in one manufacturer’s industrial compressors recover 100 per cent of the electrical energy input.
11/5/2009 --- TOUGH SELL ON ENERGY? FOCUS BEYOND THE GENERAL PUBLIC. Consumers, individuals, aren’t necessarily needed to create a new pathway for energy.
12/3/2009 --- LIVING IN THE ONION SKIN. The general public – the man or woman on the street – deserves a better explanation of global warming.
12/6/2009 --- THINK ELECTRIC TRUCKS FIRST. Fleets operators may lead the way in embracing electric drive.
12/9/2009 --- THE NEXT ECONOMIC STIMULUS: ENERGY EFFICIENCY FOR HOMES? Rebates for home energy improvements would create jobs and long term benefits for homeowners.
12/12/2009 --- 'ROUND-THE-CLOCK RENEWABLES. More oil from Iraq could add a new global warming challenge. Renewables available 24/7 could help cut coal emissions.
12/18/2009 --- SAFE AND EFFICIENT, TRAINS WON’T REPLACE DANGEROUS CARS. We’re stuck with cars, like it or not.
12/20/2009 --- CLIMATE TALKS A SMALL STEP; ENERGY INNOVATION MARCHES ON. One company looks to metal hydrides for more than hydrogen storage.
12/27/2009 --- BIOFUEL MEETS SEQUESTRABLE CARBON. Stable carbon from the production of biofuels could improve soil.
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