Thursday, April 1, 2010

Norwegian Researchers Announce New Renewable Energy Source

(OSLO, Norway) – Researchers from the Hans Ole Institute for Environmental Studies announced the discovery of a new renewable energy source, called Skogen.

“Skogen is quite remarkable,” said Peder Hansen, director of the Institute. “Unlike wind power, it can operate during a calm. Unlike solar, it’s effective at night. Unlike hydro, it does not require the taming of a wild river. Unlike nuclear, there is no radioactive material. Moreover, it is plentiful in much of the world and with foresight and planning can be renewed.”

Click Here For An Image of Skogen

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