Construction finishes on two floating mega-solar plants in Japan | Kyocera TCL Solar Inaugurates Floating Mega Solar Power Plants in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan [The Future of Energy: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-energy/ Solar Panels: http://futuristicshop.com/category/solar_power/]
At a glance, the solar sandwich looks closely similar to any metal roofing that are common in many homes worldwide. What made it different from those metal roofing is the sandwich thing underneath. Under the metal roof that has thin-film photovoltaic solar is a grid of purlins responsible for capturing the heat generated by the metal roofing. It also has water and glycol solution for the house’s thermal needs like hot water system, floor heating system, and pool heating.
While trying to find a method for aerating water without energy input, Austrian engineer Franz Zotlöterer stumbled across the idea of a mini-power plant which is simple to construct and has a turbine efficiency of 80% but which is safe for fish due to
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