Thursday, September 24, 2009

Duke Energy's makin' deals in Asia

Posted By on Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 12:21 PM

And, they're for everyone's benefit (believe it or not).

Let's just hope the information sharing leads to breakthroughs that will truly change the way we harness energy, use energy and dispose of the waste that process creates.

And, the spin off news: These technologies will create much-needed jobs for our area.

Duke Energy Corp. said Wednesday that it has struck its second deal in just over a month with a large Chinese power company to develop sources of low-carbon energy.

Duke and ENN Group say ideas for potential development between the two include commercial solar projects, coal-based clean energy, biofuels, natural gas, smart grid, energy efficiency and carbon-capturing algae.

Read more at Charlotte.com.

Learn more about smart grid technology:

And, about carbon capturing with algae:

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