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Solar Freakin’ Roadways (Video)

May 20, 2014 — by feedmeister0

It’s the roadway of the future! If this venture interests you, they are looking for people to help them bring this project to reality. they also are seeking investors to help them raise 1 million to get this project off the ground.  The project is currently at 250 thousand as of now.  If you would like to obtain more information go to indiegogo.

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Japan’s ‘JAXA ‘Plans to Have a Solar Power Plant in Space by 2025 (Video)

May 15, 2014 — by feedmeister0

To solve the energy crisis currently facing the world, one Japanese space firm is aiming to launch a giant solar panel into space! While this would cost a lot of money, the solar panel would generate and capture a ton of energy from the sun! Trace explains how this solar panel in space would be better than any other panel on Earth.

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Solar Roadways – Roads which contain both solar panels and transmission lines, encased in a glass outer surface (Video)

May 12, 2014 — by feedmeister1

Solar Roadways replaces all current centralized power stations including coal- and nuclear-powered electricity generation plants. With Solar Roadways, the road becomes the power grid, eliminating the need for unsightly utility poles and relay stations. Power is generated everywhere – every road, parking lot, and driveway. No more power outages, roaming or otherwise.  Here is a great article by engadget
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Rawlemon’s New Betaray Crystal Ball Harvests Light From The Sun, Moon and Clouds (Video)

March 22, 2014 — by feedmeister0

Scientists at Rawlemon have designed a spherical solar energy generating globe that resembles a giant glass marble, that sets on a steel frame.  The spherical spear was able to concentrate sunlight up to 10,000 times making in far mor efficient that the traditional solar panel designs.  The speherical design allows it to capture sunlight from all angles, rather then when the sun is facing it, making this design far more efficient.