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August 16, 2005


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I have not heart about Stirling engine before. Also this is the time I know this engine can combine with solar energy. It is good if their efficiency is over 30% as most of other solutions can achieve this. Thanks

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I agree with E-P. Energy Innovation's Sunflower solar collectors are very promising. IF (and there's the catch) they can provide aproximately $2.00/watt prices and these suckers can go on people's roofs this could be a very disruptive technology and preferable to the industrial-scale solar farm model being built by SES.


applications to LEDs are also very promising. Sounds like this development of nanotechnology will have a bright future (pun intended) in energy applications.


less than $50,000 each, ($2.00 per watt) which would make the cost of electricity competitive with conventional fuel technologies.

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LEDs are also very promising. Sounds like this development of nanotechnology

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