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Is energy efficiency more cost effective and better for the economy than replacing nuclear power plants? The folks over at Energy Savvy seem to think so. And they do a damn good job at backing up their argument, crunching the numbers and offering the following. . . In this comparison, a new nuclear power plant [...]
Shrink Nanotechnologies, Inc. acquired an exclusive license forelectronic glue developed at the University of Chicago by AssistantProfessor of Chemistry, Dmitri Talapin. The glue could replace other,less-efficient semiconductors used in photovoltaics and other devices,like computer chips, light-emitting diodes and medical devices. At present most commercial photovoltaics, computer chips and othersemiconductor-based technologies, use large semiconductor crystals, such [...]
With peak oil already upon us, sustaining oil supply is akin to running up a down escalator. Or, as Nate Hagens put it at the ASPO peak oil conference earlierthis month, “Technology is in a race with depletion and is losing (sofar).” The urgent question then is: Can renewables fill the gap of oil depletion? [...]
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