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Green Building Technology Case Studies in Energy and Environmental Leadership Clay Nesler VP, Global Energy & Sustainability Johnson Controls, Inc. Milwaukee,

2009 USDOC/ITA/Commercial Service 2 Building efficiency is top carbon strategy Source: Johnson Controls Energy Efficiency Indicator Study 2009 (n=1422) IDeAS Net Zero Energy Building Case Study  Integrated Design Associates offices in San Jose, /Controlled Ventilation  Wireless Building Control System  Tenant Energy Management System 5 Expected Results $4.4 million annual energy cost savings Top 10% of commercial buildings in efficiency 38% energy reduced annually 3.1 years payback incremental cost /


Energy Conserving Alternatives HVAC 15a CNST 305 Environmental Systems 1 Dr. Berryman.

HVAC 15a CNST 305 Environmental Systems 1 Dr. Berryman Formulas Note: These calculations do not include the cost of fan operation…add 10% for residential and 20% for commercial applications Estimate Annual Energy Energy Sources Annual Costing Office – Example I Office – Example II Given: 1500 hrs heating and cooling Contributing lighting load (10 hrs) – 220,320 BH Peak Heat Loss – 406,850 BH Peak/


Event selection at lower incident energies Exists a strong correlation between all impact parameter dependent observables. Possible to exclude peripheral.

(1992) 489 QMD+SMM:Two-step hybrid model comparisons Essentially perfect agreement is possible E * /A the : Charge distribution A source : Fragment multiplicity E coll /A : = Williams et al.,(1997) PRC 55 (1997) R2132 Source Parameters Only a fraction of the available energy and mass can be considered thermalized. Same problems are observed for central Au+Au collisions: E*/A > E coll /A + E/


Destiny Barn Owl. Description Coloring: Size: Physical Characteristics: Source #__17_______ White and brown and black eyes 16 inches ( 32 to 41 cm ) It.

grass. It’s wings help the barn owl not make a noise. A barn owls mouth can swallow 1,000 mouses. Behavioral Source # 5 To get a mate the male owl brings the female owl food. The female owl incubates the babys. Habitat Describe / barns, grain elevators,old churches. Source # 5 North America South America Africa Europe Asia Arctic Ocean Australia Antarctica Food Chain of the Owl Source # 9 The sun gives energy to the plants and the plants give energy to the mice witch give energy to the barn owl witch all end/


Chapter 14 Renewable Energy. mostly coal powered.

Chapter 14 Renewable Energy mostly coal powered Sources of Electricity in France Renewable Sunlight, wind, falling H 2 O, geothermal Sunlight, wind, falling H 2 O, geothermal Not fossil fuels, not/ can be used to convert the energy from the sun into electricty. “Every hour enough solar energy reaches the Earth to meet the worlds energy demand for a whole year." http://www.eere.energy.gov/solar/video/pv3.mov http://www.eere.energy.gov/solar/video/pv3.mov http://www.eere.energy.gov/solar/video/pv3.mov Did /


Some Concluding Remarks Thomas Roser (BNL) Tremendous progress in the tools for spin physics (Model T to Lamborghini) Holy Grail for polarized sources:

sources: Same intensity for polarized and unpolarized beams RHIC – the first high energy /Sources and Targets (e-sources, solid targets) D. Toporkov 11.2005TokyoInternational Workshop on Polarized Sources and Targets (e- sources, solid targets) T. Uesaka 12.2007BNLInternational Workshop on Polarized Sources, Targets and Polarimetry (e-sources, solid targets, polarimeters) A. Zelenski 13.2009Europe? International Workshops on Polarized Sources and Targets. Interested? Please send proposal to Chair of/


© 2000 Morgan Kaufman Overheads for Computers as Components Energy/power optimization  Energy: ability to do work.  Most important in battery-powered.

unit time.  Important even in wall-plug systems---power becomes heat. © 2000 Morgan Kaufman Overheads for Computers as Components Measuring energy consumption  Execute a small loop, measure current: while (TRUE) a(); I © 2000 Morgan Kaufman Overheads for Computers as Components Sources of energy consumption  Relative energy per operation (Catthoor et al):  memory transfer: 33  external I/O: 10  SRAM write: 9  SRAM read: 4.4/


Type 2 Diabetes. What is it? Body uses gl _ _ _ _ _ as energy source. Liver produces i _ _ _ _ _ _ which is used to convert _ _ _ _ _ _ _ into energy.

What is it? Body uses gl _ _ _ _ _ as energy source. Liver produces i _ _ _ _ _ _ which is used to convert _ _ _ _ _ _ _ into energy. Diabetes is when there is excess glucose in the blood because there is/ produces more insulin to make up for it. Very difficult to maintain blood sugar levels with so much insulin (too much followed by too little energy, mood swings). Damage to pancreas (where insulin is produced) Body eventually loses ability to produce insulin. Causes High, easily processed food (lollies, /


Recap from last time Environmental impacts hard to nail down Energy & electricity a big deal!

1:15) Wrap-up (~2:00) Why is energy important? Imagine life without it Impacts the economy, our society and the environment Lots of green design and environmental engineers study it How do we measure it? Fundamental energy unit: joule  Also BTU, Calorie  1 J/ Fossil fuels  Coal, natural gas, petroleum Petroleum  Heating oil, gasoline, diesel, propane Renewable Sources  Hydro, wind, solar, geothermal Nuclear Biomass (wood, dried plants) Where do we use it? Today we’ll look at both electricity/


Photosynthesis and Respiration Cell Processes and Energy.

+ 6 Oxygen  Photosynthesis MAKES Food (glucose)  Occurs in the chloroplasts in plant cells Light Energy Photosynthesis  Glucose is then USED by all organisms (including plants) to make ENERGY  Sunlight energy is converted into Chemical Energy (in the glucose)  Thus the sun provides the energy source for life on earth, via the process of photosynthesis Cellular Respiration  Formula: –C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 6CO 2/


PHOTOSYNTHESIS AUTOTROPHS Organisms that use energy from the sun or energy stored in chemical compounds to make their own nutrients Processes: 1. Chemosynthesis.

other wavelengths. Other pigments cause leaves to be yellow and red during the fall. THE PHOTOSYNTHESIS PROCESS Photosynthesis produces sugars & oxygen from carbon dioxide & water using energy from the sun, trapped by chlorophyll in the chloroplasts ReactantsProducts 6CO 2 + 6 H 2 O  C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 Why is/photosynthesis may be: 1.transported and changed to starch for storage 2.changed into cellulose to make cell walls. 3.used as a source of energy for cellular processes. PHOTOSYNTHESIS EXPERIMENT


Solar energy By meessshh. Facts Renewable energy Has been being harnessed by humans since ancient times Can be used to heat water, heating cooling and.

. How its used Solar chemical processes use solar energy to drive chemical reactions. These processes offset energy that would otherwise come from a fossil fuel source and can also convert solar energy into storable and transportable fuels. storage Solar energy is not available at night, and energy storage is an important issue because modern energy systems usually assume continuous availability of energy. Off-grid PV systems have traditionally used/


Recap from last time Environmental impacts hard to nail down Energy & electricity a big deal!

from? ** Field Trip (~11:15)  Energy and Transportation Lunch (~12:30) Field trip debriefing Alternative Fuels * Wrap-up (~2:00) Energy Overview Imagine life without it Impacts the economy, our society and the environment Lots of green design and environmental engineers study it How /  Coal, natural gas, petroleum Petroleum  Heating oil, gasoline, diesel, propane Renewable Sources  Hydro, wind, solar, geothermal Nuclear Wood Where do we use it? Today we’ll look at both transportation and electricity…


Energy Sources19 Apr Class listSeating Plan Sustainable Energy 19 Apr 2012.

Class listSeating Plan Sustainable Energy 19 Apr 2012 Energy Sources19 Apr Class listSeating Plan Energy sources 19 Apr 2012 Energy Sources19 Apr Class listSeating Plan Learning Objectives P3.1.1 understand that the demand for energy is continually increasing and that this raises issues about the availability of energy sources and the environmental effects of using these sources P3.1.2 recall the main primary energy sources that humans use: fossil fuels (oil/


POWER GENERATION  Solar energy is the best sustainable energy solution in Malaysia.  Malaysia’s equatorial climate provides fairly strong viability and.

and reduce gas emission.  Biomass will be harvested as a renewable and consistent energy source which can put city wastes into good use. CONNECT Public transports  Magnetic levitation train for inter-city transport  LRT & MRT for urban area transport  Electric bus  Combinations of public transport for fast and efficient mass transport between populated areas Security and control  Traffic monitoring and control in populated/


SPARC Program Advisory Committee 22 Oct 2013 Dennis T. Palmer, INFN-Milano STAR: Southern Europe Thomson back-scattering source for Applied Research.

INFN-Milano STAR: Southern Europe Thomson back-scattering source for Applied Research Beam ParameterPhase 1Phase 2 Bunch Charge (nC)0.5 Energy (MeV)20 - 6020 - 85 RMS Bunch Length ( ps)1 - 5  n_x,y (mm-mrad) 1 - 3< 1.5 Energy Spread (%)0.1 - 20.05 - 0./Lollo Alessandro Cianchi Verardo Torri Adolfo Esposito Fiorello Martire Tadzio Levato Fabio Villa Giancarlo Gatti Hangar and Bunker Construction at University of Calabria STAR Bunker Layout STAR Machine Phase 1 and 2 Case B Gun 120 MV/m Q= 800 pC Sig_t_laser/


Energy, Agriculture and Policy Development Power for Today’s Agriculture and Rural Communities Dale Arnold, Director, Energy Development Ohio Farm Bureau.

Strategies to Control Energy Costs Diversified Energy Portfolio – A teamwork approach utilizing several different fuel sources. Movement from a centralized to a decentralized electric generation, transmission and distribution system. Energy Market Trends Wind and Solar Technology Utility Scale Wind & Solar Farm Developments Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) Case Work On-Site Generation Local Zoning Issues BioResource Technology Developing in Several Regions of Ohio Name Your/


What challenges does North America face in being energy secure?

What challenges does North America face in being energy secure? Energy Security ‘access to reliable and affordable energy sources’ To be an energy secure country you must have surplus energy For North America to become secure they must adopt renewable energies, such as solar and wind USA –/India’s development means it is harder for North America to stay energy secure because of the higher prices and more competition for oil. USA don’t have a good energy mix, they should use more coal to match their supply. /


Current Trends in Renewable Energy:

2020 18% Rhode Island Texas 5,880 MW Vermont 2012 Washington Wisconsin * As a percent of state generation or actual generation / use. Source: U.S. DOE EIA & PEW Central Global Climate Change, December 2006 Summary Realistic Renewable Candidates Renewable Energy Capacity Trends Recent Renewable Capacity Wind Energy – Tangible Benefits Biomass Energy – Tangible Benefits Intangible Benefits – All Renewables RPS Goals Electricity Generation by Fuel, 1980-2030/


Carbohydrates.

glucose | fructose | sucrose (table sugar) How sweet it is! BIG carbohydrates Polysaccharides large carbohydrates starch glycogen energy storage in plants potatoes glycogen energy storage in animals in liver & muscles cellulose structure in plants cell walls chitin structure in arthropods & fungi exoskeleton/’re a gorilla. Different Diets of Herbivores Cow can digest cellulose well; no need to eat other sugars Gorilla can’t digest cellulose well; must add another sugar source, like fruit to diet Helpful /


Why don’t we talk a bit more while we are producing energy seated ?

eco-friendly  Increase energy volume produced PriceConfortEnergy prod.Cycle Small ChairPlant$500*100 W/cycle20min ChairPlant$800**200 W/cycle30min ChairPlant DeLuxe$1,200***300 W/cycle40min TypeVolumePenetration rate Av. Chairs/BusinessAv. Chairs (in ‘000s) Hotel with restaurant20,00010% 50100 Simple hotel10,0001% 101 Cafes, bars45,0005% 2045 Restaurants 100,00 0 5% 40200 Disco3,0002% 1006 352 Source : lhotellerie.fr  The/


Www.eia.gov U.S. Energy Information Administration Independent Statistics & Analysis The U.S. Natural Gas and Shale Production Outlook for North American.

with low natural gas prices, particularly in the near term 9 manufacturing natural gas consumption quadrillion British thermal units Source: EIA, Annual Energy Outlook 2014, Reference case North American Gas Forum September 29, 2014 aluminum glass iron and steel paper food/per day durables manufacturing U.S. becomes a net exporter of natural gas in the near future 10 U.S. dry natural gas trillion cubic feet per year Source: EIA, Annual Energy Outlook 2014 Reference case North American Gas Forum September 29,/


The Transient Universe: AY 250 Spring 2007 New High Energy Telescopes Geoff Bower.

Energy Telescopes Geoff Bower The Transient Universe: AY 250 Spring 2007 EGRET Instrument on CGRO –NASA Great Observatory 20 MeV – 30 GeV 1500 cm^2 5 arcmin for strong sources The Transient Universe: AY 250 Spring 2007 EGRET The Transient Universe: AY 250 Spring 2007 Hartman et al 1999 271 sources/AY 250 Spring 2007 Imaging Rejection of Cosmic Rays The Transient Universe: AY 250 Spring 2007 Stereoscopic Vision The Transient Universe: AY 250 Spring 2007 Cherenkov Basics Energy Range –1 TeV photon produces 100/


Solar Energy Grades K – 2 Richland Community College, 2013 1 1.

big is the sun?  Why do we need the sun? Richland Community College, 2013 The Sun as an Energy Source 3  Is there sunshine every day?  Do we have to pay for sunshine?  Will we ever run out of sunshine? Richland Community College, 2013 Active Solar Energy  What are solar cells?  What are solar panels?  What are solar arrays? 4 Richland Community College, 2013/


Life force Awareness Workshop Staying on top By Refining, Enriching and Enhancing the energy that surrounds you.

on top By Refining, Enriching and Enhancing the energy that surrounds you Agenda Overview of the Life force/Energy/Aura, and how it affects us. Exercise to experience your life force/energy. How your life force/energy affects your Circumstances, Surroundings, Luck factor Performance,/ and for overall wellbeing) The workshop will be conducted by Sanjil Saxena and Ruchi Goel. They have been pursuing Energy Healing discipline (Pranic Healing) since last 8 years as hobby. Since June 08, Ruchi & Sanjil have been/


Sloth Energy A Cleaner Way to Live. So What’s the Problem? Greenhouse Gasses Cost Non-Renewable Resources.

Cost Non-Renewable Resources How Do We Fix It? Wind Turbines! Clean! Cheap! Safe! Efficient! Turbines in Sherman 13,161,962 KW of energy per month 40 Turbines $50 a month versus $147.32 ($.05 per KW) Architecture How Its Built! Engineering Equations, Stats, and the way things work! Sources http://www.windenergyamerica.com/faqs.ht ml http://www.planetmattersandmore.com/alter native/


Body’s main energy source 2 types –Simple (sugars) –Complex (starches) Found in: –Sugar, candy, juice (simple) –Bread, pasta, cereal, etc. (complex)

energy source 2 types –Simple (sugars) –Complex (starches) Found in: –Sugar, candy, juice (simple) –Bread, pasta, cereal, etc. (complex) 4 calories/g About 130g required per day Used to make and repair tissue Makes new chemicals, cells etc. Sometimes used for energy/–Meat, dairy (saturated) –Margarine, snack foods, fried foods (trans) 9 calories/g Makes up about 30% of calories per day Indigestible plant matter Absorbs substances in digestive system 2 types –Soluble (lowers cholesterol) –Insoluble (absorbs /


Energy Project Structuring in an Emerging Market The Guangdong LNG import project Peter Roberts Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue T: (852) 3189 7286 F: (852)

(852) 3189 7286 F: (852) 2868 5871 E: peterroberts@jonesday.com 2 2 China in context 3 3 4 4 China’s Energy Landscape: gas in China Domestic Supply Tarim Basin – West:East Pipeline Sichuan Basin Ordos Basin Western South China Sea – Yacheng-1, DF1/-1 Xihu Trough, East China Sea 5 5 China’s Energy Landscape: major international gas sources  Imported Supply Guangdong LNG Project Russia – Irkutsk and Sakhalin 6 6 China’s Energy Landscape energy consumption by fuel type 7 7 China’s gas industry is in its/


College Prep Physics Lesson #28 LESSON GOALS: Complete Nonrenewable Energy Directed Reading Begin to gather your notes for our Unit test 1/3.

Earth Science books which discusses Nonrenewable Energy Sources. Note: Thursday we will take a more in-depth look at Nuclear Energy concepts, and then Monday we will finish up our Energy discussions with a short packet on Renewable Energy. Tuesday will be our Unit 1/ Test. Make sure that you have everything out of the Outbox so that you /


Energy Exchange Model Application Domains Market Data Business Metadata Integration Metadata Electricity Data Technology Domains Electricity Network.

Models e.g. Utilities CIM Enterprise Models Data Services (Transformation, Mediation) Energy Exchange Model Integration Modeling Industry standard(s) Source, Service, and other models Enterprise requirements Integration requirements Model Spec Service / Demonstration Projects to validate an Energy Exchange Model - an Interoperability Testbed A Standard Energy Exchange Model with the participation and co-operation of Transmission System Operators and relevant ICT and Energy standards stakeholders e.g. CIM/


SUBWAY Alyssa E. & Caitlin M.. Description Describe how to the transportation device works? A subway is a simple train that runs through a tunnel Source:

period Source: www.Nycsubway.org Energy Descricribe the energy changes that takes place when the device operates The trains run on rails Source: www.HowStuffWorks.com Forces Identify the force acting when the device operates? Air resistance friction gravity Source:/side coal power. Source: Subway Encyclopedia Britannica, NYCsubeway.org Importance Describe how the transportation device improved getting a round. It take a lot of people from one place to another. No source Improvements or Modifications Describe/


B. E NERGY F LOW **SUNLIGHT IS THE MAIN ENERGY SOURCE FOR LIFE ON EARTH!!**  Only 1% is used by living things.

B. E NERGY F LOW **SUNLIGHT IS THE MAIN ENERGY SOURCE FOR LIFE ON EARTH!!**  Only 1% is used by living things. 1. A UTOTROPHS /P RODUCERS Make food 2. Heterotrophs/Consumers Eat other organisms *S EVERAL TYPES OF HETEROTROPHS EXIST a. Herbivores Eat plants b. Carnivores Kill and eat animals c. Omnivores Eat both plants and animals d. Detrivores Consume DEAD plants and/


Measuring Water-Energy Savings from AMI Piggybacking technology Janani Mohanakrishnan, Ph.D. Apr 6, 2016.

conversions, per water / energy source Cost savings conversions, per water / energy source Experimental framework to measure embedded energy reductions due to AMI Monthly and Cumulative Metrics and Report Methodology Valor Water-Energy Nexus Calculator Outputs Water Savings TypeWater SavingsEmbedded EnergyAvoided Cost of Embedded Energy Hot Water Leaks Monthly (gallons) YTD (gallons) Monthly Electric Energy (kWh) YTD Electric Energy (kWh) Monthly Gas Energy (therms) YTD Gas Energy (therms) Monthly Electric/


LED Energy Saving Lamp ( U-type & Sprial Light ).

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Changes for 2016 Moving Forward! 2016 ECM Fan Box Bright Energy Solutions! LED High Bay! Chillers! Ready for 2016.

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BMW AG Energie und Umwelt Dr. Norbert Metz me93 BMW Group Air Quality and Emissions Trends Comparison of U.S. and European Cities 01.

Umwelt Dr. Norbert Metz me93 BMW Group Kevin.Yount@usa.net Air Quality and Emissions Trends Comparison of U.S. and European Cities 01 BMW AG Energie und Umwelt Dr. Norbert Metz me93 BMW Group Kevin.Yount@usa.net Air Quality Trends: Ozone (O 3 ) Sources: Bavarian Environmental Office (LfU), UK National Air Quality Info. Archive, US EPA AIRS System 02 BMW AG/


Switching on G21’s Renewable Energy Sources. Group Details Brad Dickson, WorkXact Andrew Dowd, TAC Michael Dunn, RD & R Pty Ltd Richard Haby, Kings Australia.

helm. Project Aim Research Compatible Renewable Energy Sources within the G21 region Understand the Barriers standing in the way of establishing renewable energy production in the G21 region Process Research Compatible Energies Expert Group G21 CFG Deakin University Sustainability Victoria Rural Development Victoria Compatible Energies: Candidates for Analysis Solar Wind Tidal Geothermal Energy from Waste Process Research Compatible Energies Research Energy Sources in Detail Develop Gap Analysis based on/


DIVESTINVEST.ORG. Foundations and individuals pledging to divest from top 200 oil, gas, and coal companies. Committing to invest in new-energy economy.

oil, gas, and coal reserves won’t be used CARBON LIABILITY CARBON BUBBLE SOURCE: Carbon Tracker BETTER PERFORMANCE COMPARABLE OR Carbon-intensive assets underperform market benchmarks in recent years SOURCE: APERIO GROUP DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY Telecommunications & Technology WIDE ARRAY OF ALTERNATIVES SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS FOOD WASTE REDUCTION WASTE REDUCTION SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING ENERGY STORAGE RE-USE RECYCLING LED LIGHTING AQUACULTURE SMART IRRIGATION GRID OPTIMIZATION AUTOMATION HOUSING SMART/


Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles Ian Petersen. Energy Density Source: NYSERDA.

Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles Ian Petersen Energy Density Source: NYSERDA Storage CNG Storage Vessels 3 Distinct Categories  Plain Metal Cylinder  Fiber Wrapped Metal Cylinder  Composite The CNGV Image: http/ NO x by 30-60%  CO by 90-97%  CO 2 by 25%  NMHC 50-75% Safety  Relief Valves  Shutoff Valves  Tank Design  Buoyancy of CNG  CNG LEL 5%  UEL 15% Images: http://www.sealancers.org/Articles/tanks/tank3.jpg Images: http://www.sealancers.org/Articles/tanks/tank3.jpg (top left), Powertech (top/


Solar power and TVHS.  Gets power from the grid being powered by from fuel or nuclear energy which both aren’t so green and safe.

a better more renewable energy source that won’t blow up like gas or make you grow tentacles like nuclear (though both are very improbable).  Solar energy doesn’t effect the environment negatively with pollution but just converts light from the sun into clean energy.  TVHS’s /location is perfect as it is located in a sunny desert area that usually stays that way all year long.  Doesn’t it look cool,it’ll improve the schools image.  Of course it’ll be expensive/


Moor Heating Stephen Larkin Pellet sources and buying pellets.

Stephen Larkin Pellet sources and buying pellets  Manufacturers and products  The ENPlus A1 standard  Suppliers  Costs Manufacturers and Products  Balcas – Brites  Verdo Renewables  Clifford Jones Timber – Blazer  Woodpellets2u (CPL Industries) - Homefire  Land Energy - Woodlets Manufacturers / Fuels Interesting website + local depot soon. Mainly supplies bulk blown pellets  White Horse Energy Our supplier White Horse Energy Costs  Choose a product  Choose a supplier  Cost per tonne ranges from /


By: Glennie and Mika. We would like to have this be Michigan`s Ideal Energy Resources in 2020.

heat or electricity.  Coal is a non-renewable energy source  Coal generates 90% of our heat and electricity  Coal is burned to heat water that creates steam. The steam moves the turbine which generates electricity  Wind is a renewable energy resource  It is used to generate electricity and heat  The blades capture the wind’s energy, spinning a generator in the windmill. The generator creates/


Technology Response to the Science and Policy of Climate Change Carey R. Butler, PE, PMP Executive Director, Energy Programs KeyLogic Systems, Inc. With.

Technology Response to the Science and Policy of Climate Change Carey R. Butler, PE, PMP Executive Director, Energy Programs KeyLogic Systems, Inc. With credit to Dr. Rameshwar Srivastava, KeyLogic Systems Science, Technology and Research Symposium 2013 Morgantown, West Virginia October 22, 2013 Science, Technology and Research Symposium 2013 | October 2013 Source: EIA, Annual Energy Outlook 2013 Primary Energy Forecast Science, Technology and Research Symposium 2013 | October/


Coal && Natural Gas :D By Cheyenne. What are they used for ? Coal :O Used mostly to generate energy Makes cement Makes paper & electricity Natural gas.

energy Makes cement Makes paper & electricity Natural gas :P Heating in homes air conditioning in homes Industrial Pipeline fuel What happens to the Earth ? Coal : O Water quality :/ In order to produce this, they have to release a bunch of/What happens to organisms ? Coal (; Kills animals water sources, Puts harsh chemicals in the air Natural Gas (; Animals homes :/ Animals food source Basically animals living ? How are they turned into useful energy ? (: Coal D: Heat Transportation Health care Lighting /


Aneesh Chopra. Cloud Computing and Mobility Unlock Potential Source:

Wireless, “Gig” Networks Key to Unlock Future Growth US-Ignite Cleveland, OH Source: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/published/FINAL_DECISION/140369.htm; Cleanweb Hackathon, Jan 22/gov/published/FINAL_DECISION/140369.htm Permitting Costs Inhibit Solar Growth We are Within Reach of $1 a watt cost by 2020 “Race to the Rooftop” $12.5M /100K from 134 investors to install solar; will save $100,000 in energy bills; awarded Dept Energy incubator grant Competition designed to address $1BN “hidden tax” through permitting /


Lecture 15. Maintaining blood Glc levels Glucose is the energy source for many tissues Need to keep blood glucose level constant Not taking in Glc  Blood.

Lecture 15 Maintaining blood Glc levels Glucose is the energy source for many tissues Need to keep blood glucose level constant Not taking in Glc  Blood glucose falls How to put Glc into blood? Carbon sources for Gluconeogeneis: Cori cycle Carbon sources for Gluconeogeneis Gluconeogenesis Reverse of glycolysis What step/s have to be different? Cellular compartments Where does Glycolysis occur? Where does TCA occur? Compartmentalization/


Shale gas in Mexico DARCIA DATSHKOVSKY SÁENZ. Energy reform 1938- Mexico becomes the first country to nationalize oil ◦Date celebrated as national holiday.

Oil Shale formation To increase wealth in a sustainable way… Source: UN To increase wealth in a sustainable way… Source: UN and CONAGUA Shale producing áreas are some of the driest… Source: CONAGUA Conclusions  Mexico has important Shale gas formations that could help its energy sector develop  Yet, due to the location of these formations, other energy reform targets might not be achieved  Water issues especially pressing/


Solar Air-conditioner. Product Features Works on heat pump Low energy consumption Low cost Using renewable energy.

on heat pump Low energy consumption Low cost Using renewable energy Category- Energy Now a days the Air-conditioners consumes very high amount of electricity. Which is very costly and also very much harmful to environment Our aim is to make the air-conditioner which works through the heat engine. We can give heat to heat engine by any renewable sources, or by using any/


Winter Distillate Outlook Joanne Shore Energy Information Administration PPMCSA Annual Meeting & Trade Show September 2000.

High Crude Prices Go With Low Inventories Forecast: Energy Information Administration September Short Term Energy Outlook Second Price Component: Spread Impacted by Distillate Supply/Demand Balance Distillate Stocks are Low – Especially on the East Coast Source: EIA Distillate Stocks Are Important Part of East Coast Winter Supply Source: EIA Winter Demand Impacted by Weather Source: National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration; Normals: EIA. Warm Winters Held Heating/


The Water-Energy Nexus Challenges and Opportunities Bryan Runck | Geography Arjun Varshney| Computer Science CSCI 5715 Trends|2015.

>> Spatial Computing Need “More seamless sharing of information via integration of models and geospatial data across space- time scales, institutions, environmental media” -Richard Alexander, USGS Source: Alexander, 2015 Water-Energy Nexus + Land >> Spatial Computing Watershed Coupled Water-Energy Source: USGS, 2014 Energy extraction produces dirty water Coupled Water-Energy + Land Source: USGS, 2014 Biomass energy production needs water Water: A Spatial Problem Source: US DOE, 2014 Precipitation Use Needs/


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