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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Amazing device for all types of uses...

The way fresh water is supplied to disaster-hit regions could be revolutionised after an Ipswich UK-based businessman invented a bottle that makes foul-smelling water drinkable in seconds.
Michael Pritchard hopes that the bottle could be a life-saver for refugees in disaster regions where access to clean drinking water is vital.
This is the type of innovation the world needs...

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Wave power device gets in water in Oregon

Finavera Renewables, the Canadian company that wants to harness wind and wave power, has successfully deployed a prototype of its AquaBuoy 2.0 two and a half miles off the coast of Oregon.
Waves push the AquaBuoy up and down in the water. The motion puts pressure on a hydraulic fluid. The pressurized fluid then turns a turbine, which creates electricity.

This looks to be a new, promising alternative energy technology...

Wave power device gets in water in Oregon

Monday, September 03, 2007

Important PSA

Don't miss this important announcement from the CIDC...