Monthly Archives: July 2011

Dominion Virginia Power breaks records of Electricity Supply

A high heatwave made Dominion Virginia Power customers use a record-breaking amount of electricity. The power company supplied approximately 20,061 megawatts of power during the afternoon; surpassing the earlier record of 19,668 set in 2007.

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Renault 4Electric – An innovative concept

The Renault 4electric concept is an innovative and revolutionary design by Charlie Ngehiem. The Renault 4 designed by him is not just a means of transport but also a mode of supplying power to the community. This design was among … Continue reading

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Japan halts nuclear power plants

The nuclear reactors in Japan will sit idle till they go through thorough safety tests. A statement by Trade Minister Banri Kaieda and Nuclear Crisis Management Minister Goshi Hosono specified that these tests would be more rigid and thorough than … Continue reading

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A Housing-Space With A Dockable Electric Car

Does an idea have limitations? With an expanding desire and far-fetched imagination, expertise is touching new zenith in the power sector. They are spreading wings like a flying bird in the sky. This proves when you see a new idea … Continue reading

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Geothermal Electricity Generation gets a new life with Panasonic Thermoelectric Tubes

Working of Geothermal Power Plant  Panasonic’s advancement in geothermal technology could prove to be a boon for the industry trying to find out new sources of renewable power. The Japanese company has developed thermoelectric tubes particularly suitable for sources such … Continue reading

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