Real Flame Fireplaces – Baltic Square Propane Fire Table

Define your outdoor space with the clean design of the Baltic Square Propane Fire Table. Cast in a high performance, lightweight fiber concrete, and finished for outdoor weather resistance, the Baltic Fire Table will be the centerpiece of your outdoor living space. The Fire Table offers up to 50,000 BTUs of heat and uses an […]

Fire and flame — TUM-engineers develop next-generation gas turbines

Glistening brightness. Temperature: some 1500 degrees Celsius. That’s the way a gas flame burns. This one here has an output of about 50 kilowatts. One could power a car with it, or heat a house. But this flame is burning for science. Researchers from the Technische Universität München ignite this fire. They are interested in […]

Does electricity have a color?

Hello dear friends this week. I’d like to answer another interesting question What color is electricity? This is a very interesting question first of all electricity doesn’t have a color and because this is problematic for TV electricity is shown in all kinds of colors and Advertising and movies alike. Oh, that’s it. Yes afraid […]

How Much Electricity Do My Appliances Use?

Want to control your electricity costs at home? You can start by understanding how much power is used by your appliances. Let’s discuss the top four energy hogs, and ways to keep your costs in check. Not surprisingly, your HVAC system is often the biggest energy drain, with air conditioners using up to 3,500 watts […]

Inside Germany’s Most Harmful Energy Source: Brown Coal Blues

Alberta Electricity Price Forecast for 2018

hi I’m Connor Thornhill from Enpro and today we’re talking about Alberta electricity on December 6 trans Alta announced that it will heavily curtail output from the Sundance coal-fired generator this announcement was made in response to heavy carbon taxes which will penalize coal-fired generators next year as such trans Alta plans on mothballing three […]

This Natural Gas Plant Has Achieved Zero Emissions

For millions of years the earth has been perfectly good at absorbing carbon dioxide our forests seas and streams suck the gas up acting as natural carbon sinks that was until humans came along and tipped the scales if we Continue to burn fossil fuels at ever rising rates We could warm the planet by […]

Not all the energy is the same : simplified comparison of electricity and natural gas

Hello everyone. In many of my videos I have talked about how there is the difference between mechanical energy, electrical energy and thermal energy, even though they can be measured with the same units of Joules or kilowatt-hours or any energy unit But I never really explained this difference. So let’s try to introduce this […]

John Kiemele explains electricity benefits for multi-residential customers

Multi-unit residential electricity customers in Ontario are unique and are able to take advantage of some special supply rates from the local utility and market supply agreements provide no benefit to these types of customers and will actually cause them to pay more. Many consumers in Ontario of a Mulit-res nature are not fully aware […]