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Went along to the installation in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG. The building is an old power station converted into a vast art gallery – a bit like an Art Mall – styled to be a bit modern, a bit industrial, a bit futuristic. The Turbine Hall is the […]

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Eco Workshops are to help self builders, DIY people and renovators understand the green issues affecting them and their projects. Dave Hilton an eco expert is giving a talk, along with many others. This is at Buildstore exhibition centre at Swindon off M4 junction 16 >. For a ticket see here > See also our […]

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We have added a few pages on storage solutions recently, and had some comments that we hadn’t covered storage containers. Our page on storage around the home, office storage and garage storage > has a lot of useful advice and tips on how to reorganise your space. This can also include food storage although we […]

20 Apr, 2009

Solar power from space – radio transfer

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: Energy|Solar power

Solaren Corp are planning to supply California with energy beamed down from an array of solar panels orbiting in space. The Pacific Gas and Electric Company has agreed to buy 200 MW of energy from them. No firm plans have been seen to put the array in orbit, but the plan is to use normal […]

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