New energy for new citizens

This website is a students' project. We believe, that we can make the world better by realising our goal - spreading the knowledge of alternative, renewable energy sources and encouraging people to invest in saving the enviroment from bad consequences of technological development.

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Solar Energy

Energy generated by solar systems can be used for producing electricity, heating and lighting buildings and also water heating. 1,5m² area of solar collectors can reduce about 60% of costs of heating water for one person on a yearly scale. A single resident and a couple will use about the same amount of energy - 3,300kW per year. A family with two children will use between 3,300kW and 4,500kW per year, so they will need a bigger panel. This can cost between € 4,500 and € 7,000 and cover about 21 m² of roof space.

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Wind Power

The small turbine can produce energy during all day. Blowing wind moves blades, which are connected to the whole system generating energy. Using wind power can lower electricity bills of the average household by 50%–90%. The price of installing the system can range from €9,500 to €70,000, this depends on a chosen model, size and implementation. The full recovery time of the cost of a small wind turbine is from 6 to 30 years.

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Bio Energy

Biomass can be a substitute for regular coal, but its caloric value is two times smaller. Notwithstanding it is more ecological way, because it does not require dredging fuels from the ground. When we use biomass as a fuel, we use pure energy from our Sun and Earth. Water, air and heat enable plants to grow. Then we burn the biological waste to recycle energy into electricity or heat.

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Keshe Invention

A few years ago Mehran Keshe invented the plasma reactor, a new technology which is still being worked on. In a nutshell, it generates energy using plasmatic (magnetic) fields of atoms and other substances to create a reaction that allows atoms to release energy. It is a really promising technology – it can be used not only to give us electricity, but also for space missions and elsewhere.

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