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More from Energy Edge | Efficiency | Renewables | Management February 1, 2013
Dirty electricity affecting agriculture Dirty electricity affecting agriculture
Dirty electricity is a term we are hearing more often, in particular if you live in rural Ontario, Michigan or Wisconsin. Stray voltage from electrical lines and substations may have a direct impact on human, animal and possibly plant health in the rural community.
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Producing water, electricity and food in the desert Producing water, electricity and food in the desert
The first pilot plant in a program of installations that can sustainably produce crops, electricity, biofuels, and even plants for re-vegetation efforts in a desert environment is now up and running in the Middle Eastern nation of Qatar.
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SmartFerm SMARTFERM dry anaerobic digester
The first dry anaerobic digester utilizing SMARTFERM technology to turn organic waste into electricity and high-quality agricultural compost has launched in the United States.
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Water demand for energy to double by 2035 Water demand for energy to double by 2035
The amount of fresh water consumed for world energy production is on track to double within the next 25 years, putting a strain on future water resources, the International Energy Agency (IEA) projects.
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