Guest post by satellitedish.org
We have known, for quite some time, that the fossil fuels we use today are a finite source of energy; we only seem to disagree on when those sources will run dry. Alternative sources have been around for quite some time, including electric power and solar power, but none has yet supplanted dead dinosaurs. Presented here are some other fuels,some strange, some downright weird.
1) Trick-or-Treat – University students in England tested a Formula racing car that ran on fuel made in part from waste chocolate from a Cadbury plant. No word on whether-or-not the car was eaten after testing was completed.
2) Gobble Gobble – For turkey-lovers (Ben Franklin suggested, tongue-only-partly-in-cheek, that the turkey would make a more noble national bird than the eagle), the idea of putting a Tom into the gas tank might seem anathema, but viable fuel can be made from virtually all parts of the bird.
So what is carbon-free energy. Let’s begin by explaining some common applications; wind turbines, wave energy, reservoirs, hydrogen fuel, solar farms, carbon-neutral energy carriers such as ethanol or bio-diesel, and even nuclear power. These are just some examples of carbon-free renewable energy. The purpose of all these methods is to combat the increase in greenhouse gas emissions and reduce our impact on the environment as a whole.
Coal plants are another candidate for the accolade of ‘carbon-free renewable energy’. However coal plants that sequester their carbon end up having the biggest carbon footprint, mostly because not all the carbon-dioxide gets captured before it enters the atmosphere. Nuclear power turns out to be the second-most carbon intensive.
There is a multitude of umbrella terms and pubic relations terms being used to promote the wonderful world of ‘carbon-free renewable energy’. One such umbrella term is ‘clean coal‘. Now if ever there was a funny oxymoron term, then ‘clean coal’ has to take the prize.
Other ridiculous oxymoron’s include; United Nations, virtual reality, clearly misunderstood, found missing, Microsoft works, and political promise to name but a few.
The Kandle Heeter Candle Holder is available from heatstick.com
, for $29.95. The ideal gift for all candle lovers and supporters of alternative energy devices.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane?, no, it’s the new super compressed air charged mini-me car. Welcome to the MID AirPod; a 3-wheeled vehicle which runs on compressed air. This snazzy little hoover on wheels, promises to be the next generation in vehicular transport.
Benefits of the AirPod
- Produces zero emissions.
- Runs on compressed-air.
- Seats three, and does a whopping 28mph.
- Can travel 135 miles on one tank of compressed air.
- Perfect solution for an inner-city transportation system.
- Ready for production mid-2009.
Welcome to the launch of SolReka’s website: www.solreka.com.
In the website you will find many products on special offer, including:-
Learn how to build a parabolic solar cooker from scratch. A choice of products are currently on offer, including solar cooking building materials, a range of self-build solar cooker ebooks and parabolic templates to pre-assembled parabolic solar cooker kits. Read More…
Solar Panel Kits
From 10Watts to 120Watts, there is a whole host of solar panels and chargers available to suit all your needs. Whether you are a keen caravanner, camper or you simply want to become self-sufficient, there are plenty of alternative energy products available. Read More…
From solar energy to solar powered aeroplanes, www.solreka.com is the place to visit.
As a special introductory offer, all new visitors will receive a 10% discount on all purchases made.
This offer is valid for a short time only. Please enter coupon code SolRekaWelcome10 when making a purchase.
I look forward to seeing you at www.solreka.com. Together we can change the world for the better, making for a cleaner and brighter future.
Brighter Energy Solutions