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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...

Eco-cook Goes Green

01/22/2008, The Eco-cook toys with the idea of lowering energy consumption by using just one pot and convenient dividers, whereby the concept results in requiring less energy and water to cook food – which is definitely good for the earth, right? I think on the...

Nanosolar ships its first $1 per Watt panel

12/19/2007, This is quite exciting for solar energy fans: nanosolar is shipping their first panels and so far, here are where the three first ones are going (from the nanosolar blog): Panel #1 will remain at Nanosolar for exhibit. Panel #2 can be purchased by you in...

Sun Table powers your laptop

12/18/2007, This outdoor table is made of a big solar panel that produce enough electricity to power a laptop (may be not a gaming one…) or devices that have similar power requirements. Underneath the panel, there is a nickel metal hybrid battery that stores...

Princess Elisabeth station goes green

12/16/2007, The Belgian “Princess Elisabeth” station aims to be the first ever zero-emission research station in the world. It will be built in Antarctica by the International Polar Foundation during the summer season 2007-2008, and hopes to achieve its...

Human waste to power streetlights

12/14/2007, To prove the age old adage “there is a silver lining in every cloud”, a bio-gas plant in an Indian town is capable of generating up to 3,000 watts of electricity a day – thanks to human waste. Talk about an effective way of reigning in...

GreenPlug DC Power Hub

12/14/2007,  GreenPlug will be previewing its first environmentally-friendly DC power hub at CES 2008, being a reusable, multi-port power supply that can provide a universal power interface for all electronic products. In addition, it exceeds all current US and...

Matsushita recycles CRTs for its Viera

12/13/2007, Matsushita takes a green step by taking plastic used in the chassis of its CRT-based TV sets and recycling it for manufacturing parts of its flat screen TV line known as Viera. This scheme will be implemented in new models that roll out in Japan next...

First solar-powered bus in the world

12/13/2007, Australia will play host to the first solar-powered electric bus in the world, with Tindo leading the charge in Adelaide, Australia. 100% powered by solar energy thanks to a BP Solar-sourced photovoltaic station, this green ride can ferry up to 42...

Nanomars solar bags

12/13/2007, Thankfully just about every part of part of the earth receives sunlight – which is what makes solar-powered devices all the more appealing. The Nanomars solar bags from Taiwan will definitely come in handy during times when you can’t find a...

Litroenergy glows for a long, long time

12/12/2007, A company known as MPK claims that throwing some tritium inside a phosphor-coated microsphere will result in a substance that can glow continuously for over a dozen years without an iota of energy input. The technology is known as betavoltaics, using a...

Even hearses go green

12/12/2007, Spain-based Emucesa has taken steps to go green by doing away with its three hearses (diesel-powered converted E-Class station wagons), replacing them instead with all-electric alternatives. This green project has been dubbed Ion, and will include the...

Nokia Eco Sensor concept

12/11/2007, Nokia has been toying with some concept ideas, coming up with the Eco Sensor Concept that comes in two parts – the handset itself as well as a wearable strap. The reason for the strap would be to monitor the owner’s vital statistics in...