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Mapping the Grid

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Mapping the Grid

The way we communicate, the way we shop, and the way we use energy are all facing massive disruption; wholesale shifts from old models to new ones. While it’s difficult to predict exactly what the future will bring, at GridWise Alliance we are working with industry stakeholders to track and understand the monumental change in the way we produce, distribute, and use electricity

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Uganda hydroelectric project

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Two large hydro power plants, 600-MW Karuma and 188-MW Isimba, are being developed on the Nile River. Uganda currently has an installed electricity generation capacity of 850 MW.

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Shrinagar plant Operating

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Shrinagar plant Operating

HydroWorld.com reported in April 2007 that GVK subsidiary Alaknanda Hydro Power Co. Ltd. had awarded a contract to SMEC International of Australia and SMEC India to provide engineering services for the plant, at which point it was estimated that the project would cost US$439.5 million.

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ClimateMaster Heat Pump

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ClimateMaster Heat Pump

  Latest Energy News-ClimateMaster Heat Pump ClimateMaster Heat Pump ClimateMaster announces its latest breakthrough innovation in the new Trilogy 45™ Q-Mode™ variable-speed geothermal heat pump system, which provides the industry’s highest efficiencies of 45 EER and further notable savings via on-demand hot water generation capabilities. The system additionally offers convenient programming, monitoring and control for…

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POWER FROM WATER

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POWER FROM WATER

POWER FROM WATER! IT’S A FACT, 6 SCIENCE TEAMS CNN IREPORT Breakthrough AT LAST, HYDRINO REACTORS ARE CONCLUSIVELY VALIDATED by Joe Shea AR Correspondent Bradenton, Fla. May 23, 2012 CRANBURY, N.J., May 23, 2012 — In the lovely, quiet pastures of northern New Jersey where Edison and Einstein once reigned, Dr. Randell Mills has scored…

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water fuel hho

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water fuel hho

Water Fuel HHO Hydrogen gas has a much higher flame speed than regular gasoline and acts as a catalyst to help the gasoline burn more cleanly and completely. This is why only a small amount of hydrogen is needed. We use Hydrogen gas not to replace the gasoline, but to assist the gasoline. It’s common…

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