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Monthly Archives: June 2012

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Generate Electricity by Walking:

admin June 27, 2012

When it comes to movement, we’re more used to expending energy than generating it. Petrol for cars, fuel for planes – even food for our bodies before and after exercise. However, researchers in the UK have designed a new device that could allow the humble act of walking to change the way we think about energy on the move and generate electricity from walking.

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Energy Producing Football

Chris Hurcombe June 18, 2012

A Harvard-designed concept has taken the world of energy by storm, as five female students have produced a football that produces and captures energy whilst it’s being kicked. The Soccket – as it’s designers have named it – has already been given the thumbs-up by former President Bill Clinton, who has described the product as ‘extraordinary’.

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Bribes Help Secure Windfarms:

admin June 6, 2012

This week, chairman of the Commons energy and climate change committee Tim Yeo has claimed that the best way to win support for new wind farms is with direct fincancial incentives. Or bribes to me and you. In addition, the Mr. Yeo also warned Chancelor George Osbourne not to cut subsidies to onshore facilities.

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Energy Market Brief June 2012

admin June 1, 2012

Energy Market Brief June 2012 Deepening eurozone crisis sees energy prices plunge – The fallout from the Greek elections renewed eurozone instability fears during May, forcing GB wholesale energy prices to drop and international energy markets to reach new lows.  Annual coal hit a 20-month low of $98.8/t on 24 May on continuing weaker demand… Continue Reading »

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