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Solar highways might be the norm

07/17/2011, Solar-powered highways – now that is something you don’t see everyday, although it could very well get more and more common as time passes by. Republic Solar Highways is the company who wants that particular vision to be fulfilled in time,...

Solar Thattugada is a solar-powered cart

07/15/2011, Push cart vendors are a universal phenomenon, and I suppose if there were to be life on Mars, you would see tentacled street vendors selling wars such as Mars bars – OK, so that was a joke in bad taste (pun intended). Well, you get the drift –...

Solar Suitcase makes childbirth safer in Africa’s rural areas

07/14/2011, Giving birth to a new life is no mean feat, and sometimes complications do arise. When it comes to sending mom to a hospital whenever she is about to give birth, it goes without saying that with the proper equipment, the chances of a safe delivery will be...

Solar park arrives in Wales

07/12/2011, Looks as though the Welsh are also doing their bit collectively by introducing a spanking new solar park which is tipped to convert abundant sunlight into electricity at the Rhosygilwen estate in Pembrokeshire. So far, nearly 10,000 solar panels have been...

Voltaic Spark Tablet Case Charges Your Tablet With Solar Energy

06/24/2011, Solar powered charging for our various electronic devices these days are starting to be more and more common. In fact Nokia has been exploring solar charging on their phones and Samsung has come up with a solar-powered netbook. Voltaic is no stranger to...

Solar train tunnel boasts 16,000 panels

06/10/2011, Solar power is getting more and more pervasive these days, and here we are with the roof of a tunnel which stretches on for two miles over Belgium’s high speed rail line, getting fitted with 16,000 or so solar panels which will no doubt help reduce...

LG solar modules enter into next generation status

06/07/2011, Solar power is part of the renewable energy effort, and with the continual rise of oil prices worldwide, it has even caused those oil sheikhs in the Middle East to start rethinking their strategies – after all, all of the black gold that is located...

Israel 5MW solar field launched

06/03/2011, Going green is the in thing, and has been for quite some time already. With fossil fuel slowly but surely running out in due time, there must be a better way to deliver energy to the world, and to use solar power that is renewable and clean, that makes...

Super large solar farms are a reality in France

05/27/2011, France might be the country that depends on nuclear plants the most for its energy needs, but that doesn’t mean the country does not have a heart for the environment as well. A couple of projects launched in France might just be bigger than most of...

General Electric EV Solar Carport

05/27/2011, We’ve looked at wireless charging for electric vehicles earlier this morning, and here is the General Electric EV (Electric Vehicle) Solar Carport – an innovative concept for a futuristic carport that was unveiled in Plainville, Connecticut....

Diffus Design offers solar panels on handbag

05/26/2011, Handbags and shoes – a woman can never have enough (for most, anyways), so do not even bother getting in between them. Luxury handbags do cost a bomb, but that hasn’t stopped working women from using it as a way of rewarding themselves after a...

Japan looks to dress all buildings with solar panels

05/23/2011, For a country that depends a lot on nuclear energy, Japan might have a change of heart to go green in their energy collection efforts – through the implementation of having solar panels plastered all over new buildings and houses as a compulsory...

SOFT Rocker is a solar powered piece of furniture

05/05/2011, Want to go green? Apart from driving an electric or hybrid car, recycling all of your waste and sorting out your trash, there are still numerous other ways to work on getting greener all the time. How about making sure more and more of your devices in and...