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    • Market for Deep Ocean Energy Starts to Heat Up (Forbes)- April 2, 2012
    • The technology, known as ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC), creates electricity with the temperature difference between warm and cold seawater. Cold water is drawn with a pipe from depths of a 1000 meters or more, where the sun's heat can't reach. More...
    • Pumps fuel interest in electric heat (Press Herald)- April 2, 2012
    • But can efficient electric heat really reduce the overall energy costs for Maine homes and small businesses? Will the equipment, some of it quite new, be reliable and effective? How would the region's electric grid handle the demand for more power, ... More...
    • Heat Pipe Technology's New (MarketWatch (press release))- March 22, 2012
    • Heat Pipe Technology is the innovation leader in passive energy recovery and dehumidification systems for commercial applications around the globe. Employing the very latest in passive-heat-transfer technology, Heat Pipe Technology designs and supplies ... More...
    • NASA Vortex Combustion tech stops fires cold (SlashGear)- March 21, 2012
    • NASA's vortex combustion technology has before now just been developed by ORBITEC to work with rocket engine design. What ORBITEC's subsidiary company HMA Fire has done is take the same concept and put a fire out in record time with much less effort ... More...
    • The internal combustion engine dead? Think again, shows BMW (Creamer Media's Engineering News)- March 14, 2012
    • While emissions and fuel consumption have dropped on the newly launched model range, power and performance remained as before, or even better, indicating that no one can yet perform the funeral rites on the internal combustion engine in favour of ... More...
    • Thermal mass in passive solar design (Mother Nature Network)- March 9, 2012
    • comFri, Mar 09 2012 at 12:44 PM EST SUN POWER: This passive solar home in Minden, Nev., features an open sunspace area and a raised interior floor with extensive thermal mass. (Photo: Donald Aitken/National Renewable Energy Lab) People have been ... More...
    • New graphene promises high heat transfer (Refrigeration and Air Conditioning)- March 6, 2012
    • According to Innovation News, the experimental graphene made by US and Chinese researchers has also proved to be 60 per cent more effective at transferring heat than typical graphene - a carbon sheet just one atom thick. More...