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Will Solar In Home Replace Convential Power

What tasks are needed to setup the solar powered system in my home? Because of the ever increasing electric power premiums, individuals are interested in sustainable energy alternatives. By the way of solar panel products, the sun's electrical power...

Is Oil Overvalued? Could the USA become Energy Sufficient?

The Amount of Oil Used by North America In a recent blog, I talked about how shale gas is changing North America’s energy needs, and how that could change the way that the world works. The effect is starting to be felt. A quote from “MISH...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Mar 10, 2012

The Rapid Changing World of Investments – the Flow of Oil Money to the Middle East

The Changing World of Investment In my last blog, I talked about how rapidly investments can change in scope and importance. I talked about the bountiful supply of shale gas coming on stream, and the profits of large equipment manufacturers. The esse...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Mar 4, 2012

Easy Selfmade Power

Home made energy is an interesting theory and is also a much wanted by one. At present, we're utilizing fossil fuel as being the primary energy source and specialists say that considering the speed we are consuming the sources we'll be out of fossil...
by Habitat Built on Dec 13, 2011

The Ways That The Military Is Actually Using Option Energy

The us military sees that its branches must update their thinking of how to engage in “the theater of war” within the new, post-Cold Struggle world on the 21st millennium. One thing the military leaders stress may be the desire for the forces dep...
by Daily Update News on Sep 20, 2011

The Good Value of DIY Alternative Power

Do-it-yourself alternate power is definitely the electrical power which you are able to make with using natural resources. This type of power could be easily gathered as well as tapped using solar cells or windmills. The alternative power is actually...
by Solar Kits on May 22, 2011

Think and Act Big. The Energy Crisis, Are junior Resource Stocks Safe?

Think and Act Big I was reading an article by Jim Carroll in his regular “Netwatch” column of April 2011. I will quote some of his comments. “We are in the era of Big Thinking, yet a lot of people have a small outlook.” “Pursue big math.”...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Apr 5, 2011

How to Produce Electricity from Waste Heat ?

Now waste heat can be turned into energy. Innovative technology is there to execute the task and it will be tested in the actual world conditions very soon. Alphabet Energy will test the technology which produces electricity by sucking up squander he...
by A New Era Of Knowledge on Mar 5, 2011

Oil – The Only Way is UP *** Vacation Time – Blogs start again in March ***

Oil is a Barometer of Economic Times as is Gold Standard & Poor’s downgraded Japan’s sovereign debt rating last week. It was the first cut in Japan’s rating in nine years. Japan now joins Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Spain —...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Feb 16, 2011

Investing in Renewable Energy – The Incredible Bumbling of the Liberal Government of Ontario, Canada

Renewable Energy A recent phenomenon of political correctness and social responsibility of the Liberal Government of Ontario, Canada points out just how ridiculously inefficient the actions of government can be. In their rush to be environmentally co...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Jan 25, 2011

The Recovery Continues – North American and European societies are simply too strong to lay dormant

We have often commented that the economy is gradually recovering. The North American and European societies are simply too strong to lay dormant. There will be a lot of bumps in the road, and a lot of bad news along the way, but gradually and surely,...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Dec 15, 2010

The history of Solar power electrical Battery Chargers

The history of solar power battery chargers has to begin with the advent of solar power. Attempts to capture the power of the sun have been made since the dawn of man. Realizing its power to give heat and light, intrigued man from the beginning of ti...
by Article Buz on Nov 24, 2010

A Very Good Hedge Against Currency Fluctuation is Oil

US Debt and the Currency Wars Previously we have discussed the currency wars and the creation of new US debt. While the current amount of debt in US dollars is high, and has led to calls for a different standard of international trade, the US still r...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Nov 10, 2010

The World Seems in Turmoil, but it is Unfolding As Expected

We have often repeated that one has to take a longer term view of what is happening around us, and ignore the screaming headlines. There are some unmistakable trends occurring and one has merely to observe what is going on from a bit of an overview t...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Nov 5, 2010

12th Annual Platts Global Energy Awards

The 2010 Platts Global Energy Awards will be announced on the 2nd of December 2010 at Cipriani Wallstreet in New York City. This is the 12th year of energy awards from Platts...
by Connect-Green on Oct 7, 2010

MagneGas: Recycling Liquid Waste Into Usable Fuel

CNN Money.com™ had an article titled From Trash to Gas, it piqued my interest and following it I got to a video link about MagneGas™ a natural gas alternative and metal working fuel made from liquid waste such as sewage, sludge, manure and certai...
by Connect-Green on Sep 27, 2010

Ampyx Power A Rising Star in Airborne Wind Power

We have decided to highlight new Green Technology companies which are vying to make an impact in the field of Alternate Energy, Auto industry etc…This being so close to the starting of the Airborne Wind Energy Conference of 2010 at Stanford Uni...
by Connect-Green on Sep 22, 2010

Some Thoughts about Oil, Natural Gas and Alternate Energy

Is the Place to be Energy? Or energy Service Companies? Fracking One of my favorite magazines is Forbes, and one of my favorite columnists is Ken Fisher. In the July 19, 2010 issue, Ken makes some comments about the changing nature of gas and oil exp...
by Cymor Strategic Growth Funds on Aug 2, 2010

The Benefits Of Using Solar Power For Homes

You don't have to be rich and famous to use solar power, because solar systems are more affordable these days. It's good to be environmentally friendly. In fact, the Earth needs it because of the many challenges it is currently facing, such as global...
by Solar Kits on Jun 30, 2010

Yet Another Disaster Caused By Oil

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by Conservative Blogs Central on Jun 28, 2010


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