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 a means of transport and a mode of supplying power to the community. This design was among the 50 shortlisted … 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. Trade Minister Banri Kaieda and Nuclear Crisis Management Minister Goshi Hosono stated that these tests would be more rigid and thorough than the earlier tests. … 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 a new zenith in the power sector. They are spreading wings like a flying bird in the sky. This proves when you see a new … 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 new renewable power sources. The Japanese company has developed thermoelectric tubes particularly suitable for sources such as steam … Continue reading

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