Power plant

06.09.11
GE announces hybrid power plant of the (near) future
06.09.11

GE announces hybrid power plant of the (near) future

GE's legacy dates back over a century, but, despite its old age, the company's got a fresh outl...

By C. Trout,   06.09.11
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03.23.11
Monirobo measures radiation following nuclear crisis at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi power plant
03.23.11

Monirobo measures radiation following nuclear crisis at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi power plant

According to a report by a Japanese news agency, a radiation monitoring robot, aptly named Monirobo...

By C. Trout,   03.23.11
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02.06.11
Inhabitat's Week in Green: solar pyramids in UAE, Tequila turns to biofuel, and green lamps galore
02.06.11

Inhabitat's Week in Green: solar pyramids in UAE, Tequila turns to biofuel, and green lamps galore

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean te...

By Inhabitat,   02.06.11
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01.30.11
Inhabitat's Week in Green: the power plant you can ski, and NASA's orbiting Nanosail-D
01.30.11

Inhabitat's Week in Green: the power plant you can ski, and NASA's orbiting Nanosail-D

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean te...

By Inhabitat,   01.30.11
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11.25.09
Norway's Statkraft kick-starts world's first osmotic power plant
11.25.09

Norway's Statkraft kick-starts world's first osmotic power plant

It may only produce enough power to heat an electric kettle at the moment, but Norway's Statkraft s...

By D. Melanson,   11.25.09
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06.15.09
AORA builds sci-fi-looking solar/hybrid plant in the Israeli desert
06.15.09

AORA builds sci-fi-looking solar/hybrid plant in the Israeli desert

A company called AORA has developed a hybrid solar power plant in the Israeli desert. Comprised of...

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04.11.09
75-megawatt solar plant to power "first solar city" in Florida
04.11.09

75-megawatt solar plant to power "first solar city" in Florida

Given that Florida has accurately been coined The Sunshine State, it's not at all shocking to hear...

By D. Murph,   04.11.09
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