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Energy Supply Workspace 2016

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05/24/16 05:00 EDT - 05/24/18 05:00 EDT
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Tidal Energy Power Plantdbayne

1/21/17 Team only
A revolutionary new way to reduce GHG emissions and provide an abundant, reliable source of renewable energy.

30% return on invesment on solar panels for citiesaaronrabino

1/1/17 Team only
30% ROI by attaching solar panels to electric polls because direct current, less labour, existing infrustrutour, better angels.

Electric Power Infrastructure FinancingLFisher

12/27/16 Team only
Raise an additional $20 billion to support clean energy generation and export in Ethiopia

(proposal A)dbayne

11/22/16 Team only
back up proposal

BMSH Engine: Gravity @ work in a new Hydroelectricity: No river or dam requiredbmusole

9/13/16 Team only
1.Hydrokinetic systems: no dam required 2.Pumped hydroelectric storage: no river required 3.lever mechanical advantage 1+2+3 = BMSH Engine

Global network of Water pipes as antenadeivisbluz

8/17/16 Anyone
Global water pipe network works as antena

Geo thermal energysergeikrivonos

8/9/16 Team only
Combine modern refrigerants with steam engine to use geothermal energy at any part of Earth.

Retrofitting Supercritical CO2 technology in exisiting power plants.Haryvz

7/28/16 Anyone
Instead of compressing CO2 and storing it underground, CO2 can be compressed into Supercritical form and recycled for power generation.