Today, I read a Joe Saward blog on green technolgy in F1.
Why F1 is heading hybrid
August 31, 2011 by joesaward
There are already some hybrid technology in F1, with Williams’s relationships with Porsche and Jaguar and the new link between Team Lotus and General Electric seems to be heading down the same path. And even Ferrari, which is not in favour of electric cars, is putting KERS into its latest models.
The times are changing – and F1 needs to keep up.
Green technology is a growing field (sorry about that). Enviromentmental agency's abound. Lawyers specialise in environmental law.
The site I have identified in the USA has permission to be turned into a solar farm, obviously the site has the potential for track and academic studies as well.
What a lovely synergy!
CB Ellis still have the site for sale.
I have had some interesting feedback in recent weeks. The UK has a free research centre I have utilised!
Mark my researcher recently sent me this site to check.
Statistically since year 2000, internet usage has grown 480.4 %
30.2 % of the worlds population has internet access.
360,985,492 people had internet access in year 2000 today that figure is 2,095,006,005
This why I feel that online study is so important. It crosses borders. It makes the revenue stream potentially huge.
My dad spends about £ 55 on Sky TV, a subscription service that delivers programming over the internet and Satellite.
Why does he pay so much? He has two tv's... loves sports... and likes the Gold channel that shows old programming. Fortuneately he can afford it!
Thats about £600 per year for a subscription.
Interestingly, you can study online for £3000 and get a degree. So over three years, this is only £400 per year more than my dad spends on SKY!
I would expect the on Campus portion of the learning experience to be far more expensive.
I must say that Phoenix University in the states charge far more than this for full online degrees.
Sadly, we aren't opening for business next week! Maybe next year...