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Why should we be doing everything possible to develop geothermal energy technologies.

The main reason is that this is a largely untapped area of tremendous alternative energy potential, as it simply taps the energy being naturally produced by the Earth herself. Massive amounts of power are present below the surface crust on which we move and have our being and basically all we need do is tap into it and harness it.

At the Earths’ core, the temperature is 60 times greater than that of water being boiled. The tremendous heat creates pressures that exert themselves only a couple of miles below us, and these pressures contain huge amounts of energy.

Superheated fluids in the form of magma, which we see the power and energy of whenever there is a volcanic eruption, await our tapping. These fluids also trickle to the surface as steam and emerge from vents. We can create our own vents, and we can create out own containment chambers for the magma and convert all of this energy into electricity to light and heat our homes.geothermal energy

In the creation of a geothermal power plant, a well would be dug where there is a good source of magma or heated fluid. Piping would be fitted down into the source, and the fluids forced to the surface to produce the needed steam. The steam would turn a turbine engine, which would generate the electricity.

There are criticisms of geothermal energy tapping which prevent its being implemented on the large scale which it should be. Critics say that study and research to find a resourceful area is too costly and takes up too much time. Then there is more great expense needed to build a geothermal power plant, and there is no promise of the plant turning a profit.

Some geothermal sites, once tapped, might be found to not produce a large enough amount of steam for the power plant to be viable or reliable. And we hear from the environmentalists who worry that bringing up magma can bring up potentially harmful materials along with it.

However, the great benefits of geothermal energy would subsume these criticisms if only we would explore it more. The fact that geothermal power is merely the energy of the Earth herself means it does not produce any pollutants.

Geothermal energy is extremely efficient—the efforts needed to channel it are minimal after a site is found and a plant is set up. Geothermal plants, furthermore, do not need to be as large as electrical plants, giant dams, or atomic energy facilities—the environment would thus be less disrupted. And, needless to say, it is an alternative form of energy—using it would mean we become that much less dependent on oil and coal.

Probably most importantly of all—we are never, going to run out of geothermal energy, and it is not a commodity that would continuously become more expensive in terms of real money as time passes, since it is ubiquitous.

Geothermal energy would be, in the end, very cheap, after investigation and power plant building costs are recouped.

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It seems that Japan have a new outlook on renewable energy with the new, ‘hydrangea solar cell’.

A solar cell that resembles a flower is offering a new take on green energy in Japan, where one scientist is searching for renewable energy that looks good.

In a country badly scarred by the tsunami-sparked nuclear disaster at Fukushima three years ago, the hydrangea-inspired solar offering is small beer alongside one of the world’s biggest offshore wind power farms now floating off the country’s east coast.

But Hiroshi Segawa, a professor at University of Tokyo’s Research Centre for Advanced Science and Technology, is hoping his dye-sensitised solar cell, which meshes floral beauty with cutting-edge technology, will brighten the scene.

Segawa’s Annabelle, named after a type of white hydrangea, is made up of flowery stained glass-like solar cells built into a latticed wood box modelled on traditional Japanese doors.

While the 20 centimetre (8 inch) wide box might make a pretty addition to a sunroom, it can also store enough energy to charge your smartphone twice.

The leaves generate electricity, which is stored in the flower. As the device charges up the petals turn increasingly blue. But as Annabelle discharges, those blue petals turn white, just like the real-life hydrangea.

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‘Enjoyable energy’

“People do not have a very good image about things related to energy, such as nuclear power,” Segawa told AFP.

“Thermal power generation conjures up images of blistering hot dirty coal while solar panels take up a lot of space.

“Even wind power generation has problems with bird strikes and noise, but (Annabelle) doesn’t harm the environment.”

While Segawa is not expecting to topple the dominant silicon-based solar panels, he is hoping the fast-growing sector has room for “enjoyable energy” that adds a splash of colour to an otherwise drab industry.

Since the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011, Japan has been pushing to boost the use of alternative energy.

The country’s solar power generation is rapidly growing, but it still only represents a small share of the overall power mix.

In Japan, the share of power generated from renewable sources, excluding hydropower lags other developed economies at 4.7 percent of the total, far less than 10.4 percent in Britain or 20.1 percent in Germany, according to data from the International Energy Agency.

All of Japan’s nuclear plants were shuttered after the 2011 atomic accident — taking away a power source that once supplied more than one-quarter of the nation’s energy.

Despite Tokyo’s efforts to develop the solar sector, the weather —- particularly a lack of reliable sunlight — is among the factors holding back wider use.

But Segawa says Annabelle works even in weak indoor light.

It also has a myriad of design possibilities. Segawa has already experimented with a cell that looks like French President Francois Hollande and one of the computer-generated Japanese pop star Hatsune Miku.

“You can make solar cells out of animated characters, portraits of real people and lots of other stuff,” he said.

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EvikooTM Mp-s23000 II Solar Charger

EvikooTM Mp-s23000 II Solar Charger 23000mah USB External Rechargeable Portable Battery Pack for Laptop Cell Phone

The EvikooTM Mp-s23000 II solar charger has a li-polymer battery inside to store the energy,so you can recharger your mobile device quickly in any place when needed.
It is portable rechargeable solar battery ,provide power supply for notebook,laptop,cellphone,mobile phone,iphone,ipad,ipod,Galaxy Tab,most mobile phone,PSP,MP3,Mp4,GPS.

It’s convenient for travel,outside and with the charger it can be recharged by solar energy when it’s under the sun rays or in the environment with light strong enough and 12 hours is needed to fully charge the solar charger. If using the AC Adapter connect the adapter plug to the mobile power input port.

EvikooTM Mp-s23000 II Solar Charger

The EvikooTM Mp-s23000 II Solar Charger has a multiple safety protection system that ensures the devicies safety and protection from overcharge, over voltage,over current and short circuit.

Cautions before use
1.Charger the solar charger completely before the first time use
2.Before charging your electric device,please confirm the voltage of the electric device
3.Please make sure that use standard cable with appropriate speciation ,or it may lead to the mobile power damage


1. Internal Battery type:Li-Polymer 5159115PL*6 battery
2. Input:DC 15-20V 1200mAh ; Output: DC 12V/16V/19V 3000mA USB 5V 2100mA
3. Solar charger:15V 150mA
4. Battery capacity:23000mAh
5. Dimention:8.74*5*0.83(in)
6. Weight:23(oz)
7. Standard Accessories:10pcs connectors for laptop; 10 pcs mobile phone connectors;1 USB cable,1DC cable,1 adapter

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Solio Xcellerator and HUB Battery Pack

The Solio Xcellerator and Hub Battery Pack + Solar Charger bundle delivers a rapid charge from the sun, even in low light conditions. This easy-to-operate charger can be powered up from either solar energy or from any USB port. It powers USB-rechargeable smartphones, tablets, e-readers, MP3 players, GPS watches, cameras, water purifiers, bike lights, headlamps and lanterns.

Apple output mode is optimized for Apple products; CTIA (Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association) output is optimized for most other devices. Simple and fast-charging 2,000mAh li-poly battery stores energy for up to 1 yr., making it a great addition to any emergency preparedness kit.

The easy-to-operate charger may be powered up from either solar energy or from any USB port. Simply plug into your electronic device and press a button to start charging; status-indicator LED on button shows the battery’s power level.

Solio Xcellerator and HUB Battery Pack

Approximate charge time for the HUB Battery Pack is 4 – 6 hrs. direct sunlight and just over 4 hrs. from the USB charging cable or from a power outlet. The high temperature-rated battery, internal heat-sink, white color and heat-dissipating design help ensure that the HUB operates in high heat of solar charging.

Fully charged battery offers 1.5 – 2 charges for smartphones, 50% charge for e-readers, 25% top-off for tablets and multiple charges for smaller battery capacity devices. Enjoy the confidence that your Solio Xcellerator and HUB Battery Pack will have power whenever and wherever you need it.

Available in black or white.

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If you’re an outdoors type, you could possibly find yourself spending a considerable amount of time away from traditional power sources.

Don´t panic!!

This should not mean you have to be cut off from the rest of the world even if just for safety reasons, and here´s why, Introducing the JOOS Orange solar phone charger, here to save the day, as well as your battery.

The Joos Solar Orange Portable Solar Charger is compatible with any phone that can be charged via micro USB, it comes with adapter tips for mini USB, standard USB, LG, Samsung and Apple products.

Additional tips and cables can be purchased from the company website if you have a different phone or even a tablet, e-reader, camera or other device.

Built to withstand rugged outdoor conditions, the charger’s enclosure has a NEMA 6P waterproof rating so it’ll even keep charging when it’s submerged in water.

It can operate in temperatures between -4 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit and up to 100 percent humidity, so there’s virtually no worry about exposure.

The solar-catching photo cell is built into the unit itself, which measures about eight-and-a-half inches tall by five-and-three-quarters inches wide by three-quarters of an inch wide and at 24 ounces, this unit won’t weigh you down.

Joos Solar Orange Portable Solar Charger

For those on the go, the JOOS Orange gives you a ton of options, for example you can charge your cell phone while this solar charger is soaking up rays, or store up the power and charge your device later, if the sun disappears but you have a USB power source available,say like the one in your car or even your computer, you can build up a charge on the JOOS Orange just by plugging it in to the source.

Realistically even rechargeable batteries like the one built into the JOOS Orange eventually stop holding a charge but fortunately, the company makes a replacement battery so you won’t have to purchase a whole new unit.

A great feature of the Joos Solar Orange Portable Solar Charger is the multi-positional legs for optimal solar orientation, as well as the LED light that blinks green or red to indicate charge status, another great feature is the over charge and discharge protection meaning you don’t have to worry about leaving the unit unattended while it’s soaking up the sun or dispensing power to your phone.

The battery capacity is 20Wh to 5,400 mAh, and it dispenses a charge of about five volts, this means one hour of bright, direct sunlight can give you up to two hours of talk time!

I will be honest with you, it does take around 12 hours of full sunlight to fully charge the built-in battery (8 via USB charging), but on the plus side, this means you’ll have plenty of power stored up to charge your phone, even if it is completely out of power.

If you don’t need to use it straight away, charge it up and the battery will stay full for many months with no problem.

With its rugged reliability and superb performance, the Joos Solar Orange Portable Solar Charger can defiantly be considered a best solar charger for cell phone option for heavy outdoor users.

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Levin Solstar Solar Panel Charger

5000mAh Rain-resistant and Dirt/Shockproof Dual USB Port Portable Charger

Backup External Battery Power Pack for iPhone 5S 5C 5 4S 4, iPods(Apple Adapters not Included), Samsung Galaxy S5 S4, S3, S2, Note 3, Note 2, Most Kinds of Android Smart Phones ,Windows phone and More Other Devices (green)

The first rain-resistant &shock-proof portable solar charger on the planet with solar energy technology, environmental friendly and can recharge itself under sunshine for emergency purpose when outside.

Levin Solstar Solar Panel Charger can charge your iphone about 50% to 60% juice for emergency after being solar charged for 7 to 8hrs under normal sunlight, take into account It’s not easy for 1.2W input solar panel to fully charge the buit-in battery with sunlight, so we only suggest it for casual use.

Levin™ Solstar Solar Panel Charger

For long trip,hiking, Levin Solstar would be a perfect choice.  The units water resistant design ensures the device functions smoothly when it’s raining and the shock-proof feature ensures the device works properly even when it crashes or drops.

The Levin Solstar Solar Panel Charger comes with an  Grade A cell, built-in 5000mAh lithium polymer battery which charges via a powerful 1.2w monocrystalline solar panel.  A 2.1A output allows for simultaneous charging of your devices at high speed, with an anti-explosion, lightweight, compact and reliable, 1000+ recharge which cycles over the life of the battery.

Solstar´s built-in Polymer battery is one of the safest batteries in the world, which makes them impossible to explode, if over-heated, if anything they may swell up.

The LED flashlight works perfectly in darkness, especially for emergency, just press the button twice and the LED will light up. It has 4 LED lights showing status of charge indicators, indicating the charging and discharging process.

The Levin Solstar Solar Panel Charger has a compact, portable & stylish design,which easily fits into your bag to provide instant power. The football grain design has an anti-skid protecting effect.

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