Browsing Archive: December, 2009

Electric Cars Are The Future

Posted by Derek Robson on Wednesday, December 23, 2009, In : Alternative Energy 
Local innovations in electric and solar vehicles are set to spur adoption. SA mulls electric travel.

Electric vehicles and, more specifically, solar-powered electric vehicles, are still something the average South African considers an impossibility, says Carel Snyman, an energy specialist and consultant.

Snyman exhibited the South African National Energy Research Institute's (Saneri's) solar powered electric utility vehicle at the Renewable Energy Expo last week, which formed part of the four-...
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Wind Power Is A Viable Solution For Alternative Energy Needs

Posted by Derek Robson on Monday, December 14, 2009, In : Alternative Energy 
Although it is much less expensive to initially get hooked into the local electric company's grid, than it is to set up and hook into wind turbines, in the long run one saves money by utilizing the wind for one's energy needs, while also becoming more independent.

Not receiving an electric bill, while enjoying the advantages of the modern electrically-driven lifestyle, is a wondrous feeling.

Electric bills and fuel bills are rising steadily, but the cost of wind turbine energy is zero and the...
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E85 Ethanol As An Alternative Fuel

Posted by Derek Robson on Monday, December 7, 2009, In : Alternative Energy 
Using E85 Ethanol as an alternative fuel has become almost a rage in the United States.  There is a new trend towards making our transportation needs more environmentally friendly.  As global warming is becoming a growing concern, more and more people want to do their part to make sure that we have a world to live in for the next 2,000 years.  Using E85 Ethanol as an alternative fuel for your vehicle is a great way to start.

E85 Ethanol is a product that contains 85 percent ethanol and 15 perc...
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Pursuing Alternative Forms of Energy

Posted by Derek Robson on Wednesday, December 2, 2009, In : Alternative Energy 
Record high prices at gas pumps and continued trouble brewing in the Middle East, Nigeria and other areas of importance to the oil driven economy, have made it clear to Americans that we are in need of developing many new avenues of energy supply and production. In short, we need to reduce our dependency on oil, for it is ultimately finite and, frankly, the cheap sources of oil. Not all oil, just the oil that is cheap to remove from the earth, is running out.

Energy consultants and analysts k...
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I have been a successful Internet marketer since 2003. I ama retired engineer (through injury, not age) and a syndicated article writer. I am concerned about the rise in prices of electricity and fuel and I'm trying to make my house and life as green as possible. I have recently entered into the niche of alternative energy, so keep tuned as to what I find. I, my wife Sally and my son Clint run a string of websites in different fields, such as marketing, gardening, fitness, all under the umbrella of Dersalsites. From the BlogLog links, you can get access to some of these.

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