Step Into the Water - February 10, 2012 by dharkanjhel

I met Candice on a Florida sidewalk while walking to the beach. She was a young, blonde, attractive woman, and she was hovering close behind me as if she had something to say. She had something to say alright…

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Turning Waste into Energy: the Win-Win-Win solution - January 16, 2012 by dharkanjhel

 

Prepared by Siyenza Management for Africa Energy Indaba

 

Biogas is probably the best kept secret in the renewable energy industry.

Organic waste is one of the untapped sources of natural energy available today. “It’s a simple solution that can be deployed in as quickly as three days but people don’t know too much about it”, says Jonathan de Magalhães, Managing Director of Ubuntu Energy Solutions. While biogas is used all over the world –India for example has more than 4.5 million digesters–harnessing biogas energy in South Africa is practically unknown. Only a small number of digesters have been built successfully and commissioned to date – a loss to the renewable industry sector in the country since biogas fulfils all of the criteria relating to environmental sustainability, requires a relatively low technological input and is cost effective to implement. 

Biogas typically refers to the gas which is produced by the biological breakdown of

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Rocket News

Cool-down into 50s to arrive by Monday - November 26, 2011 by dharkanjhel

For those craving cool – if not cold – weather, here it comes.
Ken Kaye’s Storm Center – South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

Tropical Storm Emily might weaken into a tropical wave later today - August 5, 2011 by dharkanjhel

With the mountains of Hispaniola taking their toll, Tropical Storm Emily could degenerate into a tropical wave later today, the National Hurricane Center said in the latest advisory.
Ken Kaye’s Storm Center – South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

Insight into Why and How’s of Dual Currency Exchange Rate - October 17, 2010 by dharkanjhel

Most of us whether interested in economics or not are aware that currency exchange rate is the rate at which currency of a country can be bought or sold. Fluctuation in the foreign currency rates is due to the changes in the country’s economic policies and varies on the basis of interest rates, inflation, public [...]
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