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Read the June Issue of Solar & Wind Power

The latest issue of Solar & Wind Power has more new feature articles, application stories, tech briefs, videos, products, and research news - all on the latest advances in renewable energy.

Posted in: News, News, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Solar Power, Wind Power

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'Create the Future' - Sustainably

There are only 10 days left to enter the 2011 "Create the Future" Design Contest, sponsored by COMSOL, Creo - a PTC product, and Tech Briefs Media Group. The contest will award a Grand Prize of $20,000 USD for outstanding innovation in product design.

Posted in: Building Technologies, News, News, Renewable Energy

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Geothermal Technology Advancement for Rapid Development of Resources in the U.S.

DOE has announced that up to $70 million is available in funding for technology advancements in geothermal energy. Innovations in exploration technologies to locate geothermal energy resources and improvements in resource characterization, drilling, and reservoir engineering techniques are targeted.

Posted in: News, News, Geothermal Power, Renewable Energy, Government Initiatives

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Combatting Wind Turbine Noise

Acoustics researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australia are developing a computer model to predict the noise output from wind farms so they can accurately and quickly assess the effectiveness of potential noise-reducing designs and control methods.

Posted in: News, News, Renewable Energy, Wind Power

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May Issue of Lighting Technology Now Available

This issue of Lighting Technology has more new feature articles, application stories, tech briefs, products, and research news - all on the latest advances in LEDs and solid-state lighting.

Posted in: News, News, Energy Efficiency

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Splitting Water to Create Renewable Energy: Simplified

An international team of scientists led by a team at Monash University of Melbourne, Australia has found that the key to the hydrogen economy could come from a very simple mineral - commonly seen as a black stain on rocks.

Posted in: News, News, Renewable Energy, Alternative Fuels

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Researchers Counteract Biofuel Toxicity in Microbes

Advanced biofuels are highly touted as potential replacements for gasoline, diesel, and jet fuels. Equally touted is the synthesis of these fuels through the use of microbes. However, many of the best candidate compounds for advanced biofuels are toxic to microbes, which presents a “production versus survival” conundrum.

Posted in: News, News, Biomass, Renewable Energy, Alternative Fuels

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