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... sustainable technologies and projects. In the end despite the differing views I believe that if we invest in the environmental education of our children then rather than impacting negatively on the sustainability ...
... make smart plant selections. Couple this with water saving technologies and you can then enjoy a great garden all year round. Below are some general water saving tips for the garden; Use plants that are ...
... active-and-passive solar hot water technologies have different location-specific economic cost benefit analysis implications. Fundamental passive solar hot water heating involves no pumps or anything electrical. ...
... appear. There seem to be no commercially available "hard" greywater recovery devices suitable for on-site use in the individual household, even though a number of such technologies exist. In order to purify ...
... of environmental friendly technologies, however. They require careful, systemic attention to the full life cycle impacts of the resources embodied in the building and to the resource consumption and pollution ...
... and transportable fuel. Solar induced chemical reactions can be divided into thermochemical or photochemical. Hydrogen production technologies involving the use of solar light have been a significant area ...
... technologies being proposed. Although still in the concept stage, these systems offer the possibility of delivering power approximately 96% of the time. In 2008, John C. Mankins, a former NASA scientist, ...
... is then used as a heat source for a conventional power plant. A wide range of concentrating technologies exist; the most developed are the solar trough, parabolic dish and solar power tower. These methods ...
Sunlight can be converted into electricity using photovoltaics (PV), concentrating solar power (CSP), and various experimental technologies. PV has mainly been used to power small and medium-sized applications, ...
Solar concentrating technologies such as parabolic dish, trough and Scheffler reflectors can provide process heat for commercial and industrial applications. The first commercial system was the Solar Total ...
... buildings. Solar heating, cooling and ventilation technologies can be used to offset a portion of this energy. Thermal mass is any material that can be used to store heat—heat from the Sun in the case ...
Solar energy technologies use solar radiation for practical ends. Technologies that use secondary solar resources such as biomass, wind, waves and ocean thermal gradients can be included in a broader description ...
... concentrate sunlight for cooking, drying and pasteurization. More sophisticated technologies concentrate sunlight for high-temperature material testing, metal smelting and industrial chemical production. ...
... while burning less fuel. These technologies are more efficient and produce fewer pollutants. Over 45 percent of the fuel used by US manufacturers is burnt to make steam. The typical industrial facility ...
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