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How far have we come?
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11/17/2005   Post a comment
Have we lost sight of power management when the indications are power consumption has jumped, cooling requirements for new installations are through the roof. There's hope with the implementation of some initiatives and new designs - but is it enough?
What would happen if we used all the alternative power sources?
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11/4/2005   Post a comment
Does everyone have to rely on the same fuel to power their houses, cars, computers, and tools? Will alternative fuels be the answer? The market may have something to say about this - and Propostion 80 in California.


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