March 2013

Ontario Completes Renewable Energy Tunnel Project

March 26, 2013

Just under two years ago, Energy Refuge went to Ontario for a conference on water technology. At the time, we visited the site of the Niagara Tunnel Project, when a hard-rock tunnel boring machine had finally broken through the other side. Related Posts:Amazon Mega Dam Controversial Saga ContinuesIndigenous Groups Occupy Belo Monte Site in the […]

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Luci, the Solar Powered Light

March 18, 2013

Portable solar power light solutions are the way to go, especially for people living in areas without a grid connection. That’s why we love Luci, the solar light. Related Posts:Latin America’s Largest Rooftop Solar Power Farm UnveiledSolar Plays Key Role in India’s Energy Future, World Bank SaysLet It Shine Chronicles The History of Solar PowerIKEA […]

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Two Years After Fukushima, Nuclear Power Haunts Japan

March 12, 2013

Japanese people have gone back to the streets to protest against plans to reactivate nuclear reactors. Since the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the country has grown wearier of nuclear power and wants an end to atomic power. Related Posts:The Nuclear Threat Still Haunts JapanActivists Kickstart Fundraising Campaign to Create Post-Fukushima PublicationGetting Real About Climate ChangeFukushima Radiation […]

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Panasonic Creates More Efficient and Compact Thermoelectric Solution

March 5, 2013

Capturing excess heat to convert it into electricity can help the world become more energy-efficient, but currently technologies are expensive and not efficient enough. Panasonic is hoping to change that in the coming years with a tubular thermoelectric technology it has developed to tap wasted heat from sources such as hot springs and factories and […]

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