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The Energy Revolution

Airs Saturday at 6am on 93.9 FM and NJPR, Saturday at 2pm on AM820, and Sunday at 8pm on AM820 and NJPR

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Saturday, April 07, 2012

The Energy Revolution focuses on emerging renewable energy resource technologies and the creative personalities behind those advances' development.  Listeners will meet a wind power expert from Brussels, and visit the world's largest solar tower in Seville and hear reports on a wide range of green technologies being developed around the U.S.

    • From Massachusetts: turning cooking oil into fuel for cars
    • From Michigan: making fuel from algae
    • From Virginia: pumping water for energy storage
    • From North Carolina: developing a new, efficient electricity grid
    • From California: improving LEDs with nanotechnology
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