New High-Altitude Wind Power Energy Technologies Show Great Promise
These new wind power generator technologies can generate power cheaper and far, far cleaner than coal, oil, or nuclear power plants. The technology exists, we simply need to deploy it.
- Kitegen - An entirely new concept of power plant, suitable to almost any territory, for the production from renewable source of electrical energy cheaper than from fossil fuels (petroleum, coal, gas). The energy source, currently untapped and available anywhere, is the powerful altitude wind of the troposphere, channelled through arrays of large tethered power kites .
- Magenn Power Inc. - Wind Power Anywhere
- Sky WindPower Corporation - High Altitude Wind Power
- Makani Power - Makani Power is seeking to harness high-altitude wind energy to produce energy at an unsubsidized real cost significantly below that of the least expensive coal-fired power plants, the current benchmark of the lowest cost source of power.
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- Electric Bike Network - MyEBike.com
- Veltop - Bicycle Rain Canopy Equipment
- Car-Free City USA
- Zap Electric Cars: Zero Air Pollution electric bicycles.
- Compressed Air Cars - mdi.lu
- Transition Rig - Contemporary Sail Designs for Tanker and Bulk Carrier Ships
Environmentally Friendly Business
- Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution: Book
- Real Goods Trading Corp: appropriate technology mail order catalog.
- Green Planet Films: Buy or Rent Nature and Environmental DVDs
- Sound Photosynthesis: Video, Audio, Book Store
- Mystic Fire: Video
- California Institute of Earth Art and Architecture
- Green Home Environmental Products
- Working Assets: Long distance telephone service provider
- PCW 100: Recycled Paper
- Ecology Center Store
- Audio Visual HQ: Educational Multimedia
- Planet Organics
- Dash Hemp Clothing
- Apple Computer, Inc. state of the art computer and software design
- Classified Flea Market
- San Francisco Bay Area classified ads.
End Corporate Corruption
- Stop Corporate Globalization: Another World is Possible