Archive for July, 2009

INTRODUCING CIRCUITS

INTRODUCING CIRCUITS

Here you will find what the basic technique behind making circuit.

The System of Natural Gas Distribution

The System of Natural Gas Distribution

the post is about the distribution system of natural gas, its consumption,

How Batteries Work and Store Energy

How Batteries Work and Store Energy

Energy is of kind that can neither be created nor destroyed but it can be changed into different forms. With the growth of time it is found that energy can also be stored in battery in the form of chemical energy. On connecting battery in a circuit, it produces electricity.

A Revolutionary Hydrogen Generation System

A Revolutionary Hydrogen Generation System

It is a fact accepted by everyone today that global warming is one of the biggest problems our earth faces today and the burning of fossil fuels is the main cause behind it.

Federal Push For Clean Energy Should Bring More Jobs

Federal Push For Clean Energy Should Bring More Jobs

In February 2009, President Obama signed the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act into law. Besides creating jobs, the bill promises to spur U.S. companies to greener heights through investments totaling more than $75 billion.   According to Environment America, a federation of state-based environmental advocacy groups, the stimulus package includes $32.8 billion for [...]

How Transmission of Electricity is Done

How Transmission of Electricity is Done

the post is details the transmission of electrcity from the power plant to the areas where it is utilized, the electricity wires, electricity voltages, meter reading, and the safe notice regarding electricity.

Storage of Solar Power for Later Use, A Breakthrough in Solar Technology

Storage of Solar Power for Later Use, A Breakthrough in Solar Technology

In a few years time homeowners would be able to power their homes in daylight with solar photovoltaic cells, while using excess solar energy to produce hydrogen and oxygen from water to power a household fuel cell. If the new process developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology finds acceptance in the marketplace, electricity-by-wire from [...]

Introduction to the Power Plants, Generators and Turbines

Introduction to the Power Plants, Generators and Turbines

We all know that electricity flows in wires and lights up bulbs, allowing us to use electrical devices like computers and kitchen machines. But the question arises where does the electricity comes from. In this post we will learn about how electricity is generated in power plant and in future posts we will get more knowledge of resources that produce heat to create electricity.

Wind Energy Turbines, An Emerging Sector of Michigan’s Economy

Wind Energy Turbines, An Emerging Sector of Michigan’s Economy

The emerging wind industry in the United States recently surpassed Germany as the largest market for installed turbines and there are more than 35 companies in Michigan supplying components or services to the wind energy industry, a number that is quickly growing. Last March in Detroit, European wind turbine companies Vestas, Nordex, and Siemens expressed [...]

Coal, Oil and Gas: A brief Introduction to Fossil Fuels

Coal, Oil and Gas: A brief Introduction to Fossil Fuels

There are three basic forms of fuels, the coal, oil and natural gas. These fuels originated in the era of dinosaurs, the time that is hundreds of millions of years ago. The time period when these fossil fuels were formed is called Carboniferous period. The term is based on the basic element that all the fossil fuels possess – Carbon.

Solar Power Plants Planned For Sahara

Solar Power Plants Planned For Sahara

Recently, Solar Power Plants have been planned to be installed in Sahara to generate electricity. Around a dozen companies are planning to launch a renewable energy initiative which they claim can provide Europeans with electricity generated from the Sahara at a cost of $557 billion within a decade. A German insurer Munich Re, Deutsche Bank, [...]

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