How an Abandoned Goldmine Can be Converted into Renewable Energy Storage

Posted on Renewable Energy September 30, 2016 by Henry Nigel

Scattered across Australia there are over 50,000 abandoned mines and instead of letting them go to waste Genex, an ASX-listed company, is planning to create the world’s first pumped hydroelectric energy storage (PHES) system. Simon Kidston is the executive director of Genex says, “We’re not aware of any examples anywhere else in the world where […]

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Top Flood Control Tips to Remember

Posted on Water Safety August 25, 2016 by Enolgas USA

To avoid major damage from a flood or leak, taking preventative steps is vital. It will be too late during a flooding incident occurs because personal property is being damaged all around you. Here are some of the more important flood control tips to keep in mind: Rubber roof underlayment: during the process of replacing […]

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The Trade Off Between Energy Use and Water in Singapore

Posted on Water Construction News July 1, 2016 by Enolgas USA

Over the course of the next 14 years desalinated water and NEWater will provide up to 80% of the water for Singapore, which is an increase from the current level of 55%. Furthermore, its’ estimated that by 2060 those two water sources will provide up to 85% supply for the population. Unfortunately, that means the […]

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