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  • Founded in 1964 Fernox has established an unmatched position as  Europe’s leading manufacturer of domestic and commercial chemical water treatment, traditional plumbing products, equipment and renewable technologies. Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE

  • When the government of Israel opened the country's energy sector to private enterprise it was not expected that one of the new private-sector firms would outgrow its home market, pack up its new technology and marketing concepts and head for Texas.

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  • Solar heat is totally renewable, pollution free and requires little or no technology. It is here today and could provide up to 50% of domestic space and water heating requirements. This book explains the principles of using solar energy for domestic heating. One or several aspects of solar energy ca...

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    • Record type: Book

  • Recent developments in the use of trenchless technology are reviewed. The main advantages are reduced environmental impact, cost savings, maintaining client goodwill, and minimizing traffic disruption. Some recent projects are described. One by Michigan Consolidated Gas involves replacing 10 000 ft ...

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  • Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors automobile technology for 1998 is reviewed and the lubricant and service interval recommendations are summarized. New car models introduced by each manufacturer are described and illustrated. Engine oil changes and filter change intervals are tabulated for each man...

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  • KEEI was established as a government-affiliated research institute in 1986, and its main research are as follows:The world presently and simultaneously faces both a resource and environmental crisis. International energy supply and demand continues to increasingly become unbalanced as populations gr...

  • Abundant and perpetual wind resources offer opportunities, through technological developments, to provide part of the solution to address the issues of energy shortages. The rapid growth of large-scale wind farms has led to a generation of clean electricity for millions of homes worldwide. The poten...

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  • Atlantic Hydrogen - a New Brunswick, US-based clean technology company - is launching a large-scale demonstration project of its CarbonSaver™ technology, a patent-pending plasma process for the onsite generation of hydrogen-enriched natural gas (HENG). The three-year, $10mn demonstration proje...

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  • Hydrogen fuel technologies are one of the areas of focus in recent alternative fuels initiatives in the US. The Bush Administration has completed a number of high-level hydrogen industrial road mapping sessions at the US Department of Energy and has launched a hydrogen-fuelled ‘Freedom Car’ programm...

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  • Declining technology costs have made solar PV one of the cheapest ways to meet power needs in Africa, according to a report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). The Solar PV in Africa: Costs and Markets report estimates that installed costs for utility-scale solar PV projects in A...

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