Water out of thin air
April 20, 2012, 11:56 am
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Cell phones continually amaze me with the power they have to transform our world. And now they’re doing it again, making it possible for people in remote areas not served by utilities to get access to electricity. Mobile phone companies are teaming up with alternative energy companies to create “microgrids”—for example, installing solar panels with meters on houses in a village in rural India. When the meter runs low, the owner buys more electricity via cell phone. It’s cheaper, cleaner and easier than traditional energy sources like kerosene, and will make a huge difference in the villagers’ lives. Learn more about how cell phones are helping places that would never have made it on to “the grid” join the 21st century.
Earlier this week we asked if you think President Obama’s plan to monitor energy futures traders more carefully and impose harsher penalties on people caught manipulating the market would make a difference. 41% of you said yes! Take a look at the survey results:
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Forget gold. When it comes to commodities, water is actually the hottest, most undervalued natural resource on the planet. Governments worldwide live in fear of massive unrest caused by water wars. More than 1 billion people live without clean water, and 3 billion more live in constant danger of shortages. But an exciting new technology offers hope to the drier areas of the planet.
A French company has been testing a wind turbine in the deserts of Dubai that pulls humidity out of the air, producing 132 to 211 gallons of water per day. This technology could bring clean water to millions and help deal with shortages as well. Corporate giants like Siemens are interested, making this a technology to watch.