Sunday, March 13, 2011

University Of Wisconsin In Madison, Home of Energy Source To Replace Nuclear

I had the privileged to tour a physics lab in the UW, Madison, WI. To see first hand the Plasma generator that could replace the Nuclear energy sources we use today was exciting. Using seawater to make hydrogen heat to create a plasma energy source is not new. This project is 10 years in the making and has recently received a grant from the energy department to bring it closer to production. "Making a difference in the world," is a tall mountain to climb but the U.W. Madison is again making Wisconsin proud.
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