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    Using Shipping containers as compressed air 'Batteries

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    Using Shipping containers as compressed air 'Batteries

    for the orkeys id suggest something like this then, maybe on a smaller scale as i have no idea what the depth is like there. also not dangerous to marine life (which is one argument against what there trying to do at the moment. http://www.physorg.com/news192784124.html
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    Lasers instead of sparkplugs

    would this sort of technology work to self clean the laser http://thefutureofthings.com/news/1018/nanofibers-to-create-self-cleaning-windows.html [Broken] "Using nanofibers, the group developed different kinds of surfaces - some are water-repellent, some attract water, and some even repel oil...
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    Using Shipping containers as compressed air 'Batteries

    i have read about a 1.5 kw/mw? tidal generator in the uk
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    Using Shipping containers as compressed air 'Batteries

    I suppose this is obvious but is your buddy looking into more common materials or will it simply only work with the rarer ones?
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    Using Shipping containers as compressed air 'Batteries

    I'm aware of the many methods of storing energy, however thats the first ive heard of storing it the way you describe Mapes. Yours talking about storing it with cryogenics Q_goest? And Jared, remember that a house with solar panels can produce enough power to meet the houses demand, since...
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    Using Shipping containers as compressed air 'Batteries

    Using Shipping containers as compressed air 'Batteries" Just joined the site, you have a much more practical captcha system, im surprised its not more widely implemented. Anyway! Obviously if you have seen a peak energy demand graph you will notice that the peak energy requirement is from...
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