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+Daniela Osterhagen on the other hand: there are more cars in a paternoster and in this construction too.
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As kids, most of us have dreamed of having a tree house as a safe haven – a secret place where we could establish a top-secret club house away from our pesky parents. Some of us still do. Interestingly, people in some countries don't see tree houses as exotic, but as every-day parts of their ...
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Google's data center infrastructure in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
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The power grid was never built for the bidirectional electrical power transfer that distributed renewable energy is enabling. Batteries will reduce peak load demand and improve the overall efficiency of the grid, reducing or eliminating the need to upgrade it.
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Time to invest in Lithium.....

I can see a time when our understanding of batteries will change from providing a peak lopping function to being our primary source of energy thereby decoupling green energy production and consumption and increasing the pace we can finally rid ourselves of oil coal and gas power stations.
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Kyocera is in the news this month. Two floating solar power plants in two reservoirs in Kato City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, are complete. This is a joint venture. The two players are Kyocera and Century Tokyo Leasing, which is in the business of equipment leasing. Construction started last year in September. ...
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When we launched Project Loon in 2013 we hoped to answer a single question - could balloons be used to connect people to the Internet? Proving that this was possible in our New Zealand launch then led the team to start asking a much larger question - how can we make this work for everyone, no matter where they are in the world? How do you manufacture enough balloons to be able to provide coverage anywhere in the world and then launch them and control them so that there is always a balloon overhead to provide connection to the user on the ground?

In this latest video Project Lead Mike Cassidy offers a glimpse behind the scenes into how the Project Loon team have been tackling the challenges involved in moving from small scale, one-off launches and tests, to the scale and automation required to make balloon-powered Internet for all a reality.
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Ask for Gabriel or Spencer. They are easy to work with but will push you hard. They are very focused on form and will give you a great full body workout every time.
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