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Stockholm Train Station Harvests Passengers' Body Heat

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Sweden's largest train station, Stockholm's Central Station, has begun harvesting the body heat of the 250,000 passengers who pass through everyday.

The station captures the excess heat from the commuters with heat exhangers in the station's ventilation system that transfer it to www.hasselaar.nl water-filled pipes.  Those pipes send the hot water over to a building across the try it levitra soft tabs 100 mg street, which uses it for heating.  The heat harvesting has slashed electricity bills for the office block by 25 percent.

The real estate company Jernhusen, the owner of Central Station and buy ultram from canada the office block across the road, came up with the idea and created the system for the buildings when it realized that all the activity by hundreds of thousands of www.massing.de people was energy being lost through ventilation.  Now, with the success of the system, it's hoping the idea will make its way into other buildings.

via BBC

 

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written by Assar, January 15, 2011
First they rip you off, then they are constantly late, and as a final cruelty they steal my heat....
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hard to believe the 25% saving but awesome for them.
written by sarah, January 16, 2011
I like it when you can make a renewable resource out of something one doesn't even think of as a resource. especially when the it's cool levitra online usa "resource" is a waste product already.
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Better than harvesting organs.
written by John Johnston, January 16, 2011
Wow, what a great idea. Imagine how many heavily places with heavy foot traffic around the world could do this? There's nearly 7 billion people in the world now, estimated to go to 9 billion by 2050. Why not use some of that energy?
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neat!
written by Daniela, January 17, 2011
That's really neat, I love this idea! What does harvesting this heat do for the microclimate around the building?
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Waiting for them to take my fat...
written by Asaf Shalgi, January 22, 2011
Why stop with stealing my heat? Take my fat as well.
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awesome!
written by Fluxfox, January 27, 2011
I think this is an excellent idea. Making use of the heat we emit that goes to cialis and ketoconazole waste is smart. As long as we aren’t building vats to stick people in to power my ipod I am all for it.
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Stealing Heat
written by Tony, January 28, 2011
For those somehow concerned that your body heat is being stolen, please consider this:

While that heat is inside you, warming all your human processes, it's yours. If you have a personal system to capture this perpetually-escaping heat, I'd say it's yours at that point too.
What we are talking about, however, is heat that has escaped your body, and is only best offers viagra overnight being carried away in the swirling air around you. You no longer have any contact with, or use of that heat. If someone else chooses to capture and aggregate that heat, it's clearly theirs to do.
No one is stealing anything from you.
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Great Idea
written by Affy-Ann, April 06, 2011
What a great idea to save energy! I hope more places adapt this, too. smilies/grin.gif
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written by NISCHAY, October 06, 2012
how is the water transferred to the building helps in keeping the building warm?

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