The Race For Economically Viable Algae-Based Fuel

Written by Judith Ceja Nov 22, 2010 at 03:55 PM Algae is responsible for most of the oxygen we breath and now is being evaluated as an economically feasible biofuel. While the major automotive and oil companies are all looking at algae-based fuels, the major players in this market are emerging biotech companies like Synthetics […]

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Electric Car Maker Tesla Motors Goes IPO

Written by Administrator Jun 28, 2010 at 11:40 AM When electric care maker Telsa Motors Inc. starts selling stock on Tuesday July 29th, the real question is this: By 2012, can the company mass produce and sell 20,000 Model S electric sedans a year? If they can, anyone buying shares of the company will likely […]

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Better Place to mass Produce Low-Emission Vehicles

Written by Administrator Sep 11, 2009 at 04:00 PM One of the world’s leading developers of low-emission vehicles has agreed to produce tens of thousands of vehicles a year starting in 2011, marking one of the most significant developments so far in green transport. In collaboration with the French car maker Renault, Better Place has […]

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Major Advancement in Solar Power

Written by Administrator Oct 08, 2008 at 10:01 PM On Oct 7, 2008, Solyndra Inc, after three years of silence, just announced landing $1.2 billion in contracts on their new thin-film solar power modules. According to their press release, “Solyndra’s photovoltaic (PV) system is designed to generate significantly more solar electricity on an annual basis […]

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Providing Renewable Energy through the OMEGA System

Written by TheJemReport Staff Apr 22, 2010 at 01:36 PM With a history of conducting dedicated research into aeronautical energy conversion devices, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has long been considered a leader in the development and application of renewable energy products and systems. One of the most recent energy conversion systems developed by […]

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Making Renewable Energy Wind Farms Out of Old Power Lines

Written by Jem Report Staff Jul 27, 2009 Metropolis Magazine recently announced the winner of their 2009 Next Generation Design Competition where the entrants were challenged to “fix our energy addiction.” A team of French designers have won the prize with an innovative, practical way to create renewable energy wind farms. Their Wind Turbine Towers, […]

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