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Make Money From Energy Saving Inventions

Posted by Derek Robson on Monday, November 9, 2009, In : Alternative Energy 
The Innovation Fund is willing to throw money at creative-thinking South Africans. From renewable energy to commercially useful end products, your inventions and adaptations could be the cash cow you’ve dreamed of finding.

When we first examined exactly how forward-thinking South African entrepreneurs might benefit from the Department of Science and Technologies’ initiative, the Innovation Fund , earlier this year, we were overwhelmed by the vast funding, development and support network w...
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Using Fuel Cells for Small Household Appliances

Posted by Derek Robson on Wednesday, October 28, 2009, In : Alternative Energy 

Fuel cell research and technology has come a long way, especially when you consider that the researchers have now developed an alternative energy source for small household appliances, such as cameras, camcorders, and laptop computers.  Cell phones can also use fuel cell power, as can vacuum cleaners, coffee pots, and microwave ovens.  It can be rather mind-boggling, when you think about it!

Developing fuel cells for small household appliances could be the beginning of a major evolution in n...


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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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