… to make things better.
Boom! That was the sound of formation of the universe (about 13,8 billions of years ago) and about 9,26 billion years later, our pretty little planet formed. At first, it was very hot, with many volcanic eruptions and the place literally looked like hell. In time the volcanic eruptions got less frequent and smaller, the Read more about Predicting the volcanic eruptions[…]
In part one we have covered the turbines, that have found their place in rivers. Now, I would like to talk a bit more about the turbines ”rolling” in the oceans and seas. As you probably already noticed, we as human beings are uncontrollably driven to solve problems (new inventions, improvement of old ideas etc.). Read more about Turbines submerged in water (Part 2)[…]
We as human beings like to come up with new, innovative things and we invent something new almost every day. Even if something already exists we do our best to beat the ”good ol’ thing” and make it even better. This article (in all four parts) is dedicated to hydro-power plants (and it’s turbines) since Read more about Turbines submerged in water (Part 1)[…]
What would you say if I would tell you that a power plant with zero emissions is possible? Probably, your answer is: cool, let’s do them! But what if I would say, that a power plant with negative emissions is possible? Then I see two possible scenarios. One would be you screaming ”are you mad!?” Read more about Power plant with negative emissions[…]
We like turbines spinning in the wind very much and we refer to them as a renewable and sustainable source of energy. We like them placed on high sticks and as the newest fashion shows, we also like them, when they float. However, all of the listed options have something in common – to find Read more about Obtaining energy from wind turbines[…]