Fenton Power Advocates Renewable Energy

Fenton Power Advocates Renewable Energy

There are 3 comments on the I-Newswire.com story from Sep 8, 2011, titled Fenton Power Advocates Renewable Energy. In it, I-Newswire.com reports that:

The time has come for more than local action. It is about the Big Picture for energy in our world.

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GoingGreen

Philippines

#1 Sep 15, 2011
Really good to see companies like this are going into this kind of trend. Kudos for Fenton Power International. Keep it up!!!
PushNPull

Umirim, Brazil

#2 Sep 20, 2011
this thing got me Curious, i read it online too:

Introduction to ‘Power Of Gravity’

Finally, with God's grace, I hit upon an idea to generate power even without the sea waves. This technique uses nothing but gravity and buoyancy (for anti-gravity). The device uses gravity for downward motion and buoyancy for upward motion. So no waves are required.

The power of gravity here is renewable, unlike in dams where water once released it cannot be reused to produce power. This technique is such that we harness the energy derived from the motion of a device in both upward and downward direction in a column of water. There is no flow of water. No consumption of fuel. Just pure renewable source of power - GRAVITY.
PushNPull

Umirim, Brazil

#3 Sep 20, 2011
check out gravity as a source of renewable energy, i think this partnered with the sun and wind (hybrid) will be good
GoingGreen wrote:
Really good to see companies like this are going into this kind of trend. Kudos for Fenton Power International. Keep it up!!!

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