The Invest in American Jobs Act of 2013 is among the newest efforts to increase job creation and bolster the U.S. economy. The legislation would ensure that major future transportation systems that are financed by taxpayers are “Made in America,” keeping more jobs on American soil. Read more
Although China overtook the U.S. as the world’s largest manufacturing nation in 2010, the production margin between the two countries has been razor-thin. However, new data indicates that China recently widened its lead as the top global producer. Read more
By Douglas Linman, SUNTCO
Imagine a world where each element was contributing power in collaboration and harmony with our environment. Roads would power buildings, buildings would power homes, electrics cars could travel as far as they could go and never need a charging station.
Seems incredible, but a small rag tag team of scientists and engineers over nearly eight years has invented the means to achieve this now. The technology is called solar liquid power (SLP), and it marries electrochemistry, nanoscience, physics, and material science into an applied science and process. The result is a molecular liquid coating capable of not only producing solar power but delivering that power to just about anything: Roads, electric vehicles, homes, buildings, airplanes, electronics, etc. Read more