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Electricity4Business, an electricity supplier dedicated to providing cheap energy to small and mid-sized companies, does not pretend to be a green company, but it does believe in helping businesses conserve energy. "We are not powered by windmills or solar power - there simply isn't enough green energy produced yet. At present, the electricity we provide is made from burning fossil fuels just like everyone else's," says Graham Paul, Sales & Marketing Director of E4B. "But by encouraging our customers to cut unnecessary consumption, we can save them money and help protect the environment."
500kw Line Opened. Absolutely amazing footage of an open electric line.
23 Apr 2006
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I can't believe it. This man man is immune to electric shocks
30 Mar 2006
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Doing some pretty cool stuff with an RC electric foamie.
10 Apr 2006
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Electric power has come a long way - and it is here to stay!Watch the power of this big model and hear the sound of two synchronized Hacker C50XL.
27 Oct 2006
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E-Flite Electric RC Helicopter
17 Dec 2006
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Mr Wiggles doing boogaloo (?) style on an Electric Boogaloos show.
1 Jan 2007
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'''►► *******Magnet4Power**** -''' This has got to be the world’s simplest electric motor. You can do it yourself, should be quite safe I think.****
28 Dec 2006
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January 2007 (Medialink) -- The concept car, called the Chevrolet Volt, is a battery-powered electric vehicle that uses a gas engine to create additional electricity, thereby extending its range. The Volt can be fully charged by plugging it into a 110-volt outlet for approximately six hours each day. When the lithium-ion battery is fully charged, the Volt can deliver 40 city miles of pure electric vehicle range. When the battery is depleted, a one liter, three cylinder turbo charged engine spins at a constant speed, or revolutions per minute (rpm), to create electricity and replenish the battery. The Chevrolet Volt is just the first of what General Motors is calling the "E-flex system." The Volt uses a large battery and a small one liter turbo gasoline engine to produce enough electricity to go up to 640 miles and provide triple-digit fuel economy. These multiple propulsion systems fit into a common chassis using electricity to help the world diversify energy sources. With this new E-flex concept, General Motors can produce electricity from gasoline, ethanol, bio-diesel, or hydrogen. Produced for General Motors
9 Jan 2007
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I will show you how to quickly and easily create a electric watery jelly fish image using adobe photoshop Goto: *******www.luv2help****/Video_Tutorials/Adobe_Photoshop_Techniques/ for high resolution viewing.
10 Jan 2007
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Electric Revolution Live at The Columbia Music Hall.
22 Feb 2007
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electric Guitar Original Tune video clip
21 Mar 2007
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electric Guitar Tune Original Vol 1 Video Clip
21 Mar 2007
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