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The age of truly renewable energy is arriving. And scientists and dreamers are taking the technologies far beyond things that generate power under certain conditions to envision ways that we can integrate power generation into our existing life patterns. Check out these five emerging technologies, outlined in H+ Magazine, that show promise to change the way we think about power.
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Five Paths to Unlimited Renewable Energy

If you were trying to design an energy system for a rapidly growing population, it would be hard to do worse than the one we have today. It’s brittle — dependent upon unstable regions and massive centralized networks. It’s dirty — poisoning us with mercury and heating the atmosphere with carbon. And it’s finite — we’re perilously close to running out of one of our key energy resources, oil. Getting away from all of this won’t be easy, and we’re running out of time to make it happen.

But there’s also good news: We know exactly what we need to do to get out of this mess, and we have all of the necessary tools at hand.

Five Paths to Unlimited Renewable Energy
WIND:  GO FLY A KITE
GEOTHERMAL:  WE’RE GENERATING STEAM HEAT
SOLAR: FLEXIBLE AND UBIQUITOUS
HYDROKINETIC: THE MOTION OF THE OCEAN
MOTION: SHAKE YOUR BODY
GETTING FROM HERE TO THERE
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    Thank you so much for posting this. As a real estate agent, I am finding that more and more buyers are interested in green living and eco-friendly amenities in their homes. What a change over just a few years ago! It really makes me interested in reading more about alternative energy solutions.


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