1. BC Servus TV about Hardy Brandstötter "solo in Syberia

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    A Short sequence about Hardy Brandstötter and his "Solo in Syberia" Snowkite - Expedition on Servus TV "Sportdokumentation" Channel.

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    • Southeast Alaska IRP Meeting, January 5, 2012

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      This is the first half of the first day of Alaska Energy Authority's Southeast Alaska Working Group review of the draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) prepared by Black and Veatch.

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      • KennisCafé: het Winddebat

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        Live stream registratie - 15.9.2014 - Nederland bungelt hopeloos onderaan het EU-lijstje van duurzame energievoorziening, dit lazen we onlangs nog in de kranten. In het energieakkoord staat dan ook dat we de komende jaren vaart moeten maken met duurzame energieopwekking en er is een hoofdrol weggelegd voor windenergie. Maar we hebben een moeizame relatie met windmolens. Ze zijn lelijk, duur om te maken, gebruiken zeldzame aardmetalen, ze maken lawaai en omdat we de opgewekte stroom niet goed kunnen opslaan is er nog steeds een reserve van bijvoorbeeld een kolencentrale nodig wanneer het minder waait. In dit KennisCafé gaat moderator Martijn van Calmthout (De Volkskrant) in gesprek met wetenschappers, andere deskundigen en het publiek over de voors en tegens van windenergie. Met onder anderen: - Kornelis Blok, hoogleraar duurzame energie aan de Universiteit Utrecht. - Kees le Pair, natuurkundige en o.a. oud-directeur STW - Aukje Rypma, Windunie - Henk Lagerwey, directeur Lagerwey Wind KennisCafé Het KennisCafé is een maandelijkse vorm van eigentijdse wetenschapsjournalistiek voor een live publiek in De Balie. Vaste presentator Martijn van Calmthout van de Volkskrant praat met deskundigen en spraakmakers over een actueel thema van binnen of buiten de wetenschap. Met wetenschappers, experimenten, beeld, betrokkenen en natuurlijk het publiek. >> Kijk de vorige afleveringen van het KennisCafé terug in ons uitgebreide archief. Het KennisCafé is een co-productie van De Volkskrant, KNAW, science center NEMO en De Balie. In samenwerking met NTR radio, De Kennis van Nu. http://www.npowetenschap.nl/programmas/de-kennis-van-nu/Radio-5/2014/september/15-09-2014-Kenniscafe--Het-Winddebat.html http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/programma/kenniscaf%C3%A9%3a-het-winddebat/e_9755769/p_11652068/ http://www.debalie.nl

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        • What You Need to Know About Wind Energy, Waterbury, Vermont August 24, 2011

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          Hosted by Energize Vermont, speakers Annette Smith of Vermonters for a Clean Environment and Benjamin Luce, Ph.D. professor of sustainability at Lyndon State College present facts and information about wind energy development on Vermont's mountains, and an analysis of renewable energy source potential for Vermont.

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          • Solar Roadmap Hearing - House of Representatives

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            On July 14, 2009 Ken Zweibel and other wind and solar energy representatives testified before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment. The title of the hearing was New Roadmaps for Wind and Solar Research and Development. Zweibel's testimony and hearing details are available on the subcommittee's website: http://science.house.gov/publications/hearings_markups_details.aspx?NewsID=2542 Visit http://solar.gwu.edu for more on the GW Solar Institute.

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            • Mauiʻs Electricity Future: It may NOT be What it Used to Be

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              The Kula Community Association presents ʻMauiʻs Electricity Future: It may NOT be What it Used to Beʻ a forum on renewable energy sources of the future. This was aired lived on February 19, 2014.

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              • euphoria

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                Official List of the Most Beautiful Women and Places in the World. Warning viewing this video will make you uncontrollably aroused and hungry for "sea" food! (c)2014 Society of Modern Art, P.O. Box 60645, Chicago, Illinois 60660 USA

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                • Smart Grid - Opportunities for Innovation - MIT Club of Northern California

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                  Neil Armstrong once said that our electric grid was one of the greatest engineering achievements of the 20th century.  Yet, in the next few decades, our electric grid will need to be modernized to meet the evolving energy challenges of the 21st century. These include increasing renewable energy generation and dealing with the proliferation of distributed energy resources such as rooftop solar panels, electric vehicles, energy storage, and smart appliances, while keeping electric energy supply inexpensive and reliable. But with challenges come opportunities for innovation. New technologies such as grid data networking, smart meters, analytics and demand response algorithms will help modernize our electric grid and benefit consumers and utilities alike through enhanced energy efficiency, improved reliability, the ability to integrate new sources of energy generation, including at the local level. What new technologies, solutions, and business model innovations are required to allow a Smart Grid to be able to realize its potential to deliver these benefits, including adapting to emerging;distributed energy resources? Smart Meters, aka advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), have been deployed throughout the state, but Time-of-Use (TOU) rates or dynamic pricing have not yet been implemented. Will they be mandated so consumers can start managing their energy bills better? With the smart grid, more energy devices will be networked and a lot of Big Data will flow. What innovations are needed to be able to analyze the data and optimize supply and demand in order to deliver benefits to energy providers and consumers? Please join us to learn about the numerous Smart Grid innovation opportunities from top executives of leading smart grid companies in the Bay Area! Andy White – CEO, Trilliant Brian Thompson - CEO, Stem Lisa Caswell – President, eMeter Steve Malnight – VP, Pacific Gas & Electric Moderator: Don Keller – Board of Directors, Orrick

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                  • Debate: Clean Energy Can Drive America's Economic Recovery (iq2us.org)

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                    Watch this debate on Bloomberg TV starting Monday, March 14th at 9PM ET. Intelligence Squared U.S. brings together the world’s leading authorities for an exciting contest of ideas, wit and persuasion in a series of provocative and timely debates. Think twice as opposing panels challenge your convictions on some of the most critical issues facing our nation today. Best of all, your vote decides who carries the day. Attend the debates live in New York City, watch on Bloomberg TV, or listen on NPR. Please visit www.iq2us.org to learn more about this groundbreaking series.

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                    • View from the Top - Renewable Energy - MIT Club of Northern California

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                      Renewable Energy: Paper Tiger or Green Giant? Energy and the environment are on everyone’s minds these days, especially the potential for transitioning to renewable energy sources. But, what is the scope of the problem and the prospects and pitfalls that a transition as massive as this faces? This event will highlight the contrasting viewpoints of an energy consultant, a venture capitalist and an energy company CEO on this topic. Join us for this unique program sponsored by the MIT Alumni Association in conjunction with the MIT Club of Northern California. Be prepared for a full evening of food, drink, and the best sustenance of all, the intellectual camaraderie of your peers-some of the finest problem solvers in the world. Panelists: Thomas Burns '62, Director of Strategic Planning, Strategic Energy and Economic Research, Inc. Barry Cinnamon '80, CEO, Akeena Solar Ray Rothrock SM '78, Managing General Partner, Venrock Associates Moderator: Douglas Spreng '65 Host: Harbo Jensen PhD '74, Vice President, Chevron Texaco Global Technical Services

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