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Suntory Mermaid II Boat

03/02/2008, The Suntory Mermaid II Boat is different from what you’ve seen in the market so far, since it uses waves to power it instead of a motor. This is probably the greenest nautical power source ever since the sail’s introduction, where a couple of...

Indoor Composting Machine

02/27/2008, Nature Mill brings to you the Indoor Composting machine that saves you a trip to the garbage dump or compose making factory, allowing you to see the entire decomposition process without having your nose assaulted by a stench that is much more suited to be...

Thunderbolt Scooter Concept

02/25/2008, Electric bikes are not new, but the Thunderbolt Scooter Concept by Henrik Björkman is definitely worth a second take. The technology inside isn’t new, but the main focus is on its design. The Thunderbolt Electric Scooter uses an electro-magnetic...

Solar-powered Dragonfly

02/25/2008, James Watt (I like his surname as it has something to do with power) has created a truly amazing tiny electronic insect robot that is powered by the sun instead of relying on batteries. The best part is, his project comes in the form of a dragonfly that...

SOTAB 1 Tracks Down Oil Spills

02/22/2008, With the sea being the main means of transporting oil, it is inevitable that accidental spills will continue to happen, being a threat to the marine environment. An immediate cleanup response is essential in order to minimize the negative impact around...

Dream Car Goes Green

02/20/2008, What looks like a drivable pyramid is actually the Dream Car created by a father-son team working from home. It might tip the scales at 8,000 pounds, but it doesn’t use any gas as it is powered by 80 batteries and four electric engines. The top...

Bye Bye Standby

02/19/2008, Don’t think that you’re doing the environment a whole world of good by putting your devices in standby mode – they still add up to a fair bit in your monthly electrical bill. Bye Bye Standby aims to eliminate that, featuring a motion...

Voltaic Backpack Is 100% Green

02/14/2008, Voltaic is known for its solar backpacks that help keep your laptop and gadgets charged while you’re on the go thanks to the power of the sun, but the company has taken a few more important steps towards being 100% green. They have just released a...

Car To Run On Air?

02/13/2008, An engineer has a promise which could potentially be full of hot air – literally. He claims that within a year’s time, he will sell a car that runs on compressed air without having it produce emissions at all. Dubbed the OneCAT, this...

Space Solar Power System

02/10/2008, I guess it is apparent by now to everyone that the world will soon be plunged into an energy crisis, no thanks to growing economies in the east as well as the general decadence in the west, but there are people from all walks of life who think otherwise...

Celsias: Website for Fighting Global Warming

01/28/2008, [DEMO 08] Celsias.com is launching Celsias Projects where people can interact and network to create join or sponsor projects to fight global warming. The Celsias community works with project leaders (who create and manage project) and project sponsors...

Reaction Engine A2 Powered by Hydrogen

01/27/2008, While the MPG per person is fairly good. People have been pointing their fingers towards the airline industry when it comes to pollution. Reaction Engine has a hydrogen-poweed A2 aircraft concept that would be capable of hitting Mach-5...

BMW Engines Accepts Biofuel

01/27/2008, If but a little, though that is still a start. It seems that all BMW engines are capable of taking in a tiny percentage of biofuel mixed with regular fuel without requiring any modifications. BMW did issue a press release that all BMW diesels can run with...

Great Fuel Consumption With WF250-C

01/24/2008, Wild Fire Motors has released its three-wheeled vehicle, the WF250-C that nets you an amazing 72 miles per gallon without breaking the bank with its $5,495 starting price. EPA certification states that this is a “highway motorcycle”, making...