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Bruce Sharpe
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Bruce Sharpe Mar 22
Turns out that coal power is not looking good as an investment
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Bruce Sharpe Mar 21
Got a WhisperCeiling fan. It is very noisy. Called 5 different numbers for help, been on hold for 30 minutes. Suggestions?
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Bruce Sharpe Mar 21
Is there any phone support anywhere, ever that is currently not experiencing higher than normal call volume?
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Bruce Sharpe Mar 13
Next Kaggle meetup: Leaf Classification. Come and learn!
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Bruce Sharpe Mar 2
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 25
Power shift: A new dawn for solar energy /via
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 19
As renewable sources increase, costs go down
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 17
"Tesla deploys another Powerpack project in California: 2 MWh at a PG&E substation"
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 16
The "old" version looks like the original :(
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 15
Proud to be the 213th backer on for Pocket Tripod - The only phon... | Thx !
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 15
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 14
1894, The Times: “In 50 years, every street in London will be buried under nine feet of manure.”
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 9
A: Nope. PV generation can be integrated in the grid with little or no additional cost
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Bruce Sharpe Feb 7
Best to check in with Red Giant Support
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James Glave Feb 3
barriers drop in BC as province adds $40M to Clean Energy Vehicle fund - 2X investment in program. via
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Bruce Sharpe Jan 26
If you click around a bit, you can get Google to stop showing you specific ads because "I already bought this." Finally!
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Bruce Sharpe Jan 7
CLIK- wireless earbuds with voice translation. Awesome idea.
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Bruce Sharpe Dec 19
Solar is top source of new capacity on the US grid in 2016. And the biggest reduction of capacity is coal.
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Bruce Sharpe Dec 12
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Bruce Sharpe Dec 7
Thanks for this, and for all you did for
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