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There was an error working with the wiki: Code- The Power-Generating Shock Absorber (PGSA) converts kinetic energy into electricity through the use of a Directory:Linear Motion Electromagnetic Systems (LMES).
Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD - lists the Top 20
Congress:Top 100:Complete List - Complete T100 list
Congress:T100:Sterling's List - partitioned first by extent of commercial readiness and second by price point and other NEC criteria
Congress:T100:Hopper - awaiting evaluation for inclusion in the T100 list.
Congress:T100:Former - bumped off the T100 island.
Congress:T100:Not - The NEC voting never put it in the T100.
Congress:Technology Criteria - renewable, environmentally safe, affordable, credible, reliable, feasible, safe, good team, developed
Congress:T100:About - A brief description and history of the Top 100 listing, as well as guidelines and suggested bullet format.
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