The 160-square-metre (524-square-foot) kite, tethered to a yellow rope, can sail 500 metres into the skies where winds are both stronger and more stable, according to the 38-year-old Wrage.
Matthew Davis, a 1995 industrial design graduate of Purdue University, has developed a solar boiler electrical generator and heat machine that converts solar energy to usable steam for heating, cooling and power generation.
Technology advances and falling prices for solar technology have opened the gates for solar installations by businesses with no background in electricity generation.
For decades, pundits have been trying to predict a tipping point for Peak Oil – when a sustained and unabated climb in oil prices sparks a near-collapse of the global economy.
Working through environmental regulations, utility contracts and bank-loan requirements was one challenge; persuading farmers to get on board was another.
In the video, he discusses the shale gas revolution in the U.S., which he predicts will bring manufacturing production and jobs back to the U.S.
AeroShot, the flagship product of Breathable Foods, is revolutionizing the way people energize their lives.
Shepard describes the invention as half-windmill and half-kite.
The “carbon catcher” promoted by Viva Cundliffe promises huge savings to companies that emit carbon dioxide by breaking it down to its original components: oxygen and carbon.
The inventor is Jason Morris, who says the snack is superior to energy drinks because his invention doesn’t produce a sugar high and subsequent crash.