The term Human Powered Boat or HPB can refer to rowboats, paddleboats, canoes, kayaks, or even rowing shells. We focus on unique and innovative home-built or production manufactured designs involving lightweight and streamlined hulls, pedals, gears.
These files are often referred to by Doug Williams in exchanges in the Gasification mailing list and the Biomas mailing list to which he belongs. Doug is the Managing Director of Fluidyne Gasification.
Hydro Green Energy, LLC is a renewable energy project developer and technology integrator that designs, builds, operates and sells hydrokinetic power systems that generate electricity from moving water without the use of dams.
Ocean energy is a term used to describe all forms of renewable energy derived from the sea including wave energy, tidal energy, ocean current energy, offshore wind, salinity gradient energy and ocean thermal gradient energy.
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Oil Change International campaigns to expose the true costs of oil and facilitate the coming transition towards clean energy. We are dedicated to identifying and overcoming political barriers to that transition.
The Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition (OREC) is the national trade association for the marine renewable energy industry in the United States. Founded in April 2005, OREC was formed to promote the advancement and commercialization of marine renewables.
Welcome to the pico hydro network, the first network specialising in very small hydro systems, up to 5 kW. The network is being established because there is a very large market for pico hydro in many countries in the world.
The American Hydrogen Association (AHA) is a non-profit association of individuals and institutions, technical and non-technical, who are dedicated to the advancement of inexpensive, clean and safe hydrogen energy systems.
The project brings together 31 partners from industry, Government, academic and consulting organisations. Some of the worlds leading automotive and technology development companies, major energy companies, policy developers and transport operators.
The Hydrogen Analysis Resource Center provides well-documented, reliable data to be used for hydrogen-related analytical activities. These data can serve as the basis for calculations, modeling, and other analytical activities.
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