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Solar Fuels Life Existence Why Not Man Utilizations

Thursday, December 24, 2009

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Solar Fuels Life Existence Why Not Man Utilizations

In the morning as you walk along the road, the shining rays of the sun represent an astronomical source of energy that is under-utilized. There are few who even think about the sun as energy. Energy that provides electricity for home users, to drive cars, to light up shopping complex and more or less everything [...]

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Japan Going For Space Solar Energy

Sunday, December 13, 2009

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Japan Going For Space Solar Energy

Japan, well known for its advanced state in technology, is going towards space project to generate electricity for people on earth. Going outside the earth is a great step that is yet to be realized sooner than we might expect. According to Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), it has been announced that as much as [...]

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Space Based Solar Power Installation Gets The Green Light

Saturday, December 5, 2009

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Space Based Solar Power Installation Gets The Green Light

California regulators have surprisingly approved a utility contract that means America’s initial space based solar power installation has a green light. The space solar array is expected to produce two hundred megawatts and convert energy harnessed in space into radio frequency waves that will be transmitted back to earth stations near Fresno, California. Those radio [...]

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Space Based Solar Power Installations Under The Cynic’s Microscope

Saturday, December 5, 2009

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Space Based Solar Power Installations Under The Cynic’s Microscope

Just the thought of being able to produce solar power generation from space based solar power plants has had many in the industry simply giddy from expectation. Through numerous joint ventures linking private companies and space organizations such as NASA and Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency or [JAXA], ambitious proposals are being made to further space [...]

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