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It’s the birthday of the seminal Scottish chemist and mechanical engineer James Watt, best known for his improvements in the steam engine that provided a considerable boost to the nascent Industrial Revolution in the 18th Century.
Watt’s name, of course, is the most widely used unit of power, which provides the opportunity to say this: If you’re speaking with someone and wondering about his grasp of basic science, an immediate clue is his use/ misuse of the term “Watt.” Read more ›
I thought I would reproduce a conversation I’m having with an entrepreneur in small wind in the UK:
Entrepreneur: (My company is) based in the UK and UAE has designed an onshore wind turbine (15kW and 50kW) that has a wider wind envelope than all current turbines. With the patented technology, we’re looking for the investment to build two prototypes and to commercialize and market these turbines into the global market. Read more ›
Frequent 2GreenEnergy critic writes: “I’m very disturbed (by) your ranting against the President-elect….The US is not some unstable banana republic where presidents are removed from office by coups and unlawful processes.”
A fellow whom I greatly respect put a post on Facebook yesterday to the effect that each president of the U.S. has had a mixture of strengths and weakness, as well as a blend of points of character to being admired and others reviled. His message, and we hear this all the time, is that all Americans should stand behind Donald Trump and help him become the best president he can be.
While I don’t think this is a baseless idea, the Trump presidency is unique in U.S. history, for several different reasons, a few of which are outlined here: Read more ›
A gentleman contacted me yesterday in an attempt to raise investment capital for a business that itself is a concatenation of seven different cleantech business concepts. I thought I’d publish my response, even if it may appear obvious:
My advice is that you make this much easier to digest and raise more investor confidence by focusing on something that has a high probability of success. That means rethinking you strategy of combining seven different businesses into one. Read more ›