- Aquamarine Power
Aquamarine Power is a wave energy company, with head offices in Edinburgh, Scotland and further operations in Ireland and Northern Ireland. The company is currently developing its flagship technology, an innovative hydro-electric wave energy converter, known as Oyster®. Aquamarine Power's goal is to develop commercial Oyster® wave farms around the world.
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- Bloom Energy
Bloom Energy is changing the way the world generates and consumes energy. Our unique on-site power generation systems utilize an innovative new fuel cell technology with roots in NASA's Mars program.
- Central Vermont Public Service
The Vermont Public Service Board has approved CVPS Cow Power™, which is intended to help promote development and reliance on renewable energy in Vermont by creating a market for energy generated by burning methane from cow manure.
- Energy from Thorium
Devoted to the discussion of thorium as a future energy resource, and the machine to extract that energy–the liquid-fluoride thorium reactor.
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- EnerNOC, Inc.
Demand Response and Energy Management Solutions
- Friends of the Supergrid
The Friends of the Supergrid is a group of companies and organisations with a mutual interest in promoting the policy agenda for a European Supergrid
- GE : Home Appliance Energy Use
Explore the application below to understand more about how we consume energy in our homes.
- Microsoft Hohm
a home energy report and energy-saving recommendations tailored to your home.
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- MIT Energy Initiative
- Positive Energy
Positive Energy was founded on a simple premise: it's time to engage the 300 million Americans who are in the dark about their energy use. Positive Energy is working to accomplish this through a combination of cutting edge technology, analytic direct marketing, behavioral science and world-class design.
- Solar Roadways - Introduction
The Solar Roadway is a series of structurally-engineered solar panels that are driven upon.
This interactive map uses a Google Maps interface to display: * Existing and planned alternative fueling stations * Alternative fuel production facilities * Light-duty vehicle density * Roads and political boundaries Users can customize the map display, print, and query the underlying data. TransAtlas is part of a suite of geographic analysis tools for renewable energy developed at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
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