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Energy and water are linked in many ways. Most energy production requires huge amounts of fresh water, while the consumption of water for domestic and agricultural demands uses large amounts...
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Full Title: Electricity generation using a carbon-dioxide thermosiphon Author(s): A. Atrens, H. Gurgenci, V. Rudolph Publisher(s):  Elsevier, Geothermics Publication Date: 3/2010 Identifier(s): n/a Language: English Length: 9 pages, PDF Full Text: -->DOWNLOAD FILE<-- Description (excerpt): There is an opportunity...
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Full Title: Policy Considerations Related to Distributed Energy Resources Author(s): N/A Publisher(s): Critical Consumer Issues Forum Publication Date: 7/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt):  The role of DER is growing and may require new approaches for providing and...
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Full Title: Renewables, Micropower, and the Transforming Electricity Landscape Author(s): A. Lovins, B. Cohen Publisher(s): Orgin: Solutions Journal, Rocky Mountain Institute Publication Date: 04/2010 Identifier(s): n/a Language: English Length:  5 pages, PDF Full Text: -->DOWNLOAD FILE<-- Description (excerpt): At RMI, we’ve been asking...
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Note: Synopsis drawn from report's executive summary. Synopsis intended solely for purposes of generating discussion. The Future of Natural Gas: An Interdisciplinary MIT Study By the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Energy Initiative Natural...
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Coal is one of America’s most abundant and affordable energy sources, and has served for decades as the country’s primary base load electric fuel. Coal comes with significant environmental trade-offs,...
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