Monthly Archives: October 2011

Tepco needs to stay afloat to avoid financial chaos

Tokyo Electric Power Co was embroiled in a battle where it owed around $13 million as compensation for the disaster that occurred at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant on March 11, 2011. The Japanese government will provide all possible financial … Continue reading

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GM renewed interest in the electric car market

General Motors Co. has shown renewed interest in the electric car market nearly twelve years after its EV1 car was controversially discontinued from the market in 1999.

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PaveGen Footsteps to Produce Electricity

Being the host of the 2012 London Olympics, the city is endeavouring hard to prove itself through its much reformation in different sectors, particularly in electricity generation where the paving slabs would help generate electricity by utilising energy from the … Continue reading

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The Nosey Business of Electricity Generation

Breathing is an unrealizable, silent activity that forms the basis of all living beings on earth. But what if the mechanics of human breathing could produce electricity? It sounds unrealistic, but the answer is yes! Materials Science and Engineering Assistant … Continue reading

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GE & Nissan engaged to boost electricity demand for EV’s

Nissan and General Electric Co. have joined hands for a two-year engagement to promote the infrastructure and electricity charging technology to enable widespread and easy use of electric vehicles. This partnership coincides with Nissan’s plans to boost its production of … Continue reading

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