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  • Entire communities are in the process of transforming their commercial and residential buildings into green micro-power plants, and companies like Siemens and Bosch are creating sophisticated new IT software, hardware, and appliances that will merge distributed Internet communications with distributed energy to create the smart buildings, infrastructure, and cities of the future.

    Jeremy Rifkin: Beyond the Financial Crisis: Germany's Plan to Regrow the Global Economy

  • Entire communities are in the process of transforming their commercial and residential buildings into green micro-power plants, and companies like Siemens and Bosch are creating sophisticated new IT software, hardware, and appliances that will merge distributed Internet communications with distributed energy to create the smart buildings, infrastructure, and cities of the future.

    Jeremy Rifkin: Beyond the Financial Crisis: Germany's Plan to Regrow the Global Economy

  • Entire communities are in the process of transforming their commercial and residential buildings into green micro-power plants, and companies like Siemens and Bosch are creating sophisticated new IT software, hardware, and appliances that will merge distributed Internet communications with distributed energy to create the smart buildings, infrastructure, and cities of the future.

    Jeremy Rifkin: Beyond the Financial Crisis: Germany's Plan to Regrow the Global Economy

  • Modern ICT will assist the emergence of micro-power technologies to revolutionize energy sources.

    Africa's future~ driving forces

  • Corporations and large organizations wield micro-power over the tens of millions of Americans who work within them, meso-power over the environmental status of communities and regions and the consumption patterns of individuals, and macro-power over the direction that legislation and policy takes.

    Why the corporation?

  • Corporations and large organizations wield micro-power over the tens of millions of Americans who work within them, meso-power over the environmental status of communities and regions and the consumption patterns of individuals, and macro-power over the direction that legislation and policy takes.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Negawatts and "micro-power" — renewables other than big hydro, and cogenerating electricity together with useful heat — are also at or near customers, avoiding grid costs, losses and failures (which cause 98 to 99 percent of blackouts).

    Missing the Market Meltdown

  • Mr. Quadir's Emergence BioEnergy Inc. plans to install 500 micro-power plants by the end of 2009, serving about 130,000 people in rural Bangladesh.

    Creating Empowerment

  • If you go to one of VJ's micro-power sources and they sell it to you for seven cents a kilowatt hour -- anybody here fast in math?

    Peter Diamandis on our next giant leap

  • If you go to one of VJ's micro-power sources and they sell it to you for seven cents a kilowatt hour -- anybody here fast in math?

    Peter Diamandis on our next giant leap

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