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Antalya solar eclipse.
6 Sep 2006
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solar eclips in romania
17 Dec 2006
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November 2006 (Medialink) - Solar energy is abundant and infinitely renewable. Now, major corporations are doing their part to help the environment by putting their unused rooftop space to good use. Corporations like Google, Staples, and General Motors are rolling out the latest solar technology. In fact, the General Motors California facility has the largest corporate design solar energy system in operation. Their current installation generates one megawatt. While solar energy costs have dropped over 50 percent over the last 30 years, prices still remain high for the average consumer. Yet, if you have the biggest companies in the world putting solar technology on their rooftops, that will drive up supply and demand of the systems. In turn, this will bring down the costs - making it affordable for even the smallest of homeowners. Produced for General Motors
6 Jan 2007
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Amazing Super Car that runs purely on solar power
18 Feb 2007
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fry an egg using solar heat! easy and comes in handy in case of emergency
6 Mar 2007
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*******www.ansonic****.au/3135/ During the total solar eclipse of July 11, 1991, several videos were taken of a strange object that materialized. For more UFO videos visit: *******www.ansonic****.au/3135/
16 Mar 2007
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Lacking a conventional power grid, Tibetan herders and farmers use the sun's energy to power their homes. A $500 donation through the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) can buy a complete solar home system for one family: a 50-watt solar module, battery, controller, switch, wiring, and bulbs. The fund is also working to bring electricity to the community, which will ultimately improve its education and health care programs and allow farmers to do their own agricultural processing. Distributed by TubeMogul. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others.
5 Apr 2007
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This is a NASA video of our sun observing some rather large Coronal Mass Ejections and Solar Flares that were observed recently.
29 Apr 2007
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I traveled 500 kms up the Amazon River to see if this village was still surviving on solar power after five years....and that cat at the end only has a few toes left because it likes to fish for piranha.
18 May 2007
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The First Solar Car passing through a continent to another, Asia to Europe, on Istanbul Bosphorus. Solar Car of Metu Robotisc Club, ODTU-TEK, on a agency of Turkey, CHA.
21 May 2007
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The First Solar Car passing through a continent to another, Asia to Europe, on Istanbul Bosphorus. Solar Car of Metu Robotisc Club, ODTU-TEK, on a tv channel of Turkey, kanal d
21 May 2007
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The First Solar Car passing through a continent to another, Asia to Europe, on Istanbul Bosphorus. Solar Car of Metu Robotisc Club, ODTU-TEK, on a tv news channel of Turkey, tgrt.
22 May 2007
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This very interesting bicycle-man figure is at the main entrance of a high school. It runs on solar energy, harnessed with the help of a solar panel. Free energy . . .
13 Jun 2007
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Medialink (June 2007) -- Solar energy is abundant and infinitely renewable. Now, major corporations are doing their part to help the environment by putting their unused rooftop space to good use. Corporations like Google, Staples, and General Motors are rolling out the latest solar technology. In fact, the General Motors California facility has the largest corporate design Solar Energy System in operation. Their current installation generates only one mega-watt. While solar energy costs have dropped over 50 percent over the last 30 years, prices still remain high for the average consumer. Yet if you have the biggest companies in the world putting solar technology on their rooftops, that will drive up supply and demand of the systems. In turn, this will bring down the costs making it affordable for even the smallest of homeowners. Produced for General Motors
14 Jun 2007
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