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Intelligent Energy Management Solutions?

01/15/2012 2:24 AM

I'm planning to start a business initiative that could be applied to an entire city..

something sustainable and related to reducing energy consumption..

I need an innovative idea I could develop on.. something that doesn't exist or is not wide-spread..

for eg: using special soles and mats to generate power at a mall..

I'm looking for simple yet productive ideas.. that could fall along the lines of providing solutions related to Home, retail, hospitals, universities or water..

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Re: Intelligent Energy management solutions?

01/15/2012 8:54 AM

There are many people looking for such a free hand out, good luck. Woody

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01/15/2012 10:30 AM

stop trolling.. i suppose you people are empty.. go bother someone else..

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01/15/2012 12:20 PM

It takes lots of public education and co-operation, but grey water can save a lot of energy. Potable water is expensive to supply, and is quickly cast away after use. Toilet flushing, irrigation, equipment cooling, and even some industrial uses where the water is not splashed near people can use grey water. A little chlorine will help make grey water safer for public use.

A second set of pipes are required, and quality monitoring is necessary. Some grey water is actually good for irrigation, as it carries fertilizing ingredients.

The savings in disposal of used water, and the sales of grey water can add up quickly.

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01/16/2012 3:31 AM

not bad.. got me thinking .. may be develop something to check if grey water can be used for irrigation or not..

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01/15/2012 4:00 PM

I might have something of interest to you. How would you like to proceed? If you think that such a naive approach will get around intellectual property issues think again. You will have your work cut out for you what ever happens here.

Good luck, Ky.

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01/16/2012 3:32 AM

why are IPR's coming in to play here??

I need a viable idea is all..

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01/15/2012 5:15 PM

Presuming you have adequate finance resourcing in place, you might try fishing for ideas via this sort of organization.

US $10-20,000 is fairly cheap for multi-million dollar earning solutions, but be sure to read the IP conditions, so you know how to properly stiff the naive suckers that fall for it.

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01/16/2012 3:38 AM

thank you so much for the link.. there was a problem on how to detect potholes on city roads.. may be i'll work on it..

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01/16/2012 12:26 AM

What funds do you have available? Send 50% now and I'll dream up something.

The remaining capital to be sent after I've had a good night's sleep (dream time).

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