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  1. This Flexible Skin Patch Could Use Friction to Power Your Wearables

    The idea of capturing some energy from you constant writhing and wriggling ins't new—but this small, flexible device certainly is. The postage stamp-sized circuitry, once attached to the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  2. Incandescent Bulbs, 135 Years Ago and Today

    On January 27th, 1880, Thomas Edison was awarded a patent for an incandescent lamp. It was still two years before his first power grid would flicker to life in NYC ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  1. Janet Mutoriti (30), a mother of three from St Mary’s suburb in Chitungwiza, 25 kilometres outside Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, frequently risks arrest for straying into the nearby urban ... FULL ARTICLE AT IPS Inter Press Service

  2. The Forgotten Story of NYC's First Power Grid

    Lower Manhattan of the 1880s was a wonderland of futuristic technology and engineering: The city's first cable car arced over the harbor. A spindly new steel bridge was forming ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  3. Region needs energy upgrades, including more natural gas pipeline capacity, says grid operator ISO New England

    Groups such as the Conservation Law Foundation challenge the ISO&aposs assumptions. New England will see an upward trend in electricity prices until the region adds more energy infrastructure -- including power generators, transmission upgrades, natural gas pipeline capacity, and fuel storage -- ISO New England president and CEO Gordon van Welie told reporters in a "state of the grid" briefing Wednesday. ISO New England , based in Holyoke, is the federally-regulated, independent organization which dispatches power plants over six states, administers wholesale energy markets, and works to ensure grid reliability. ISO stands for "Independent System Operator." Natural gas pipeline constraints are both hobbling the ability of New England power plants to produce competitively-priced electricity and threatening grid reliability, said Van Welie, who described the 2015 regional power grid as a "system in transition." The region has not developed enough gas infrastructure to keep pace with the growth of gas-fired power plants, he said. Fifteen years ago, the portion of New England's power produced by natural gas stood at 15 percent; by last year, that number had jumped to 44 percent. New England needs an additional 1.1 to 1.6 ... FULL ARTICLE AT MassLive.com

  1. Construction is underway at a $60 million landfill-gas-to-electricity plant in southern California. The facility, being built on the 725-acre Frank R. Bowerman landfill east of Irvine, will be financed by ... FULL ARTICLE AT Environmental Leader

  2. Burglars shut off the power as a trick to see if anyone is home. If no one is there, they break in. FULL ARTICLE AT CBS San Francisco

  3. Obama: We’re No. 1 in Wind Power

    By:  Terence P. Jeffrey President Barack Obama speaking at the University of Kansas on Jan. 22, 2015. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) read more FULL ARTICLE AT CNSNews.com

  4. A 68-year-old driver appeared unscathed after his minivan struck a power pole in Montebello. FULL ARTICLE AT CBS LA

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Lilly O’Connor (Deyn) – brash, sexy, witty – lives on the Northeast coast away from the world and her past. But when her mother dies, the past draws Lily back in. When she discovers that her younger brother Mikey (Cooke), the only one who looked after her when they were kids, disappeared to London years ago, she resolves to try and find him. But the search could kill her. Lily’s epilepsy brings... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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