Wind Energy On-the-Go?

We know that wind energy could power the world 100 times over, but constructing that much wind turbines isn't very feasible. But would it help if wind turbines were portable? Uprise Energy has developed a wind turbine that is portable and easier to maintain. The Uprise Portable Power Center features a large wind turbine that […]

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Energy Storage System Coming to KC

KCP&L, MRIGlobal, and Exergonix Inc. are running a trial of a new smart grid energy storage technology in Kansas City. Developed by Exergonix, the new technology features a nano-battery, one-megawatt cell that is being tested in its first live smart grid test. Installed last summer, the battery will support KCP&L's SmartGrid Demonstration Area. The battery is […]

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From the LED Light Show

Read about the latest LED news from the LED Light Show. The annual conference, held in Las Vegas, covered a range of topics including solid state lighting design issues, LED component topics, and advice for lighting designs. The complete panel discussion is covered here. Source: LED Magazine

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Featured Product: Natural Gas

Natural gas is a versatile energy source that has many applications, and a large growing number of users. It is a colorless and odorless compound that can be used to power commercial buildings, and even vehicles. Natural gas is the cleanest of all fossil fuels; in fact, it emits only half as much greenhouse gas […]

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Small, High-Output Light Emitting Plasma

Worldwide Energy recently completed a full plasma lighting install for a local car dealer. Seeing how pleased our client was with their new lighting reminded me of all the benefits to this technology. Light emitting plasma (LEP) is a high output, solid-state light technology that is more energy efficient than metal halide or sodium HID […]

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50 Years of LED Technology

Last week, LED celebrated its 50th birthday, here's a look at how the technology has evolved since then. While LED is experiencing a popular surge, this efficient technology has really been 50 years in the making. Wired has a great slideshow on the history of light emitting diodes, or LEDs, "from the first dim red […]

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Happy 50th Birthday LED

In October 1962, scientist Dr. Nick Holonyak invented the first light emitting diode (LED). The light, unlike infrared lasers, is visible to the human eye, and has a higher efficiency compared to other lighting technologies. Fifty years later and LED is fast becoming popular among businesses for its low energy and maintenance costs. Holonyak, now […]

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Natural Gas in the U.S.

The U.S. has nearly three times as much recoverable natural gas as the government estimates, a Canadian analyst found. The U.S. has 890 trillion cubic feet equivalent of recoverable natural gas, said the head of ITG Investment Technology Group, an energy research brokerage firm. ITG also stated that the numbers will continue to grow, and […]

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Solar Energy Bright in Benefits

Solar energy is no longer a technology of the future. In fact, it is the fastest growing energy source in the world, and businesses are taking advantage of this affordable, efficient, and reliable source. Solar energy is clean, renewable, and generates zero carbon dioxide emissions, so it does not harm ecosystems and reduces our dependence […]

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