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Apple Has Protected Enough Forests To Cover Its Packaging Needs

08/01/2017, We know that Apple has always been very environmentally-conscious, what with the company opting to use recycled materials for its packaging or even making its operations green by relying on alternative sources of energy, such as solar. Now it seems that...

Singapore Testing Out Glow-In-The-Dark Roads For Better Visibility

07/26/2017, Street lights are usually the preferred method when it comes to illuminating roads and pathways at night, but what if there was a more “green” solution that would not require any electricity? This is an idea that the Singapore government is testing...

UK Wants Smart Homes To Integrate With The Energy Grid

07/24/2017, The way a lot of home appliances work these days is that when you want it, you turn it on, and when you’re done, you turn it off. A light is a good example where you can turn it on and forget to turn it off, meaning that regardless of who is at home,...

India Debuts Their First Solar-Powered Train

07/19/2017, As cars and trucks are motorbikes are starting to make the move towards greener options, such as going electric instead of consuming fuel, it looks like trains are headed towards that direction as well. In fact over in India, it seems that the country’s...

Largest Iceberg The Size Of Delaware Breaks Off In Antarctica

07/12/2017, In a rather alarming development, one of the largest icebergs ever recorded has broken off an ice shelf in Antarctica. To get a sense of just how massive this thing is, reports suggest that the iceberg is the size of the state of Delaware. Just in case...

You’ll Won’t Believe How Cute This Solar Farm Is

07/06/2017, Solar farms are meant to be practical, where they help generate energy which can then be used to power homes, buildings, and so on. However who said that being practical does not mean that you can’t be cute as well? Because if so, it seems that China...

Researchers Use Sunlight To Desalinate Seawater

06/20/2017, Seawater needs to be treated before it can be fit for consumption. Distillation is a method that has long been used to treat seawater. It involves boiling the water into steam and then cooling the pure vapors in condensation tubes. However, this method...

Seaweed Could Help Create Longer-Lasting Electric Car Batteries

06/20/2017, At the moment lithium-ion batteries are what is being used to power the majority of our electronic devices, but is it ideal? There are probably better solutions out there that have yet to be discovered, and from what we’re seeing, scientists have come...

Tesla To Eventually Transition Superchargers To Solar/Battery Power

06/09/2017, Electric cars are great if you’re trying to do your part for the environment by consuming less fuel. However the only downside is that you need to charge your car, which in turn uses electricity, which some could argue kind of makes the whole point...

Largest Floating Solar Power Plant Now Supplying Power To China

05/29/2017, It’s no secret that China ranks quite high on the list of countries that suffer from pollution caused by rapid industrialization and the fuel-powered power plants that are required to power those industries. The country has been gradually shifting...

Samsung To Showcase New Household Energy Storage System This Week

05/29/2017, Samsung, its battery-making affiliate Samsung SDI to be precise, is going to demonstrate its new household energy storage system this week as demand continues to rise globally for green energy storage systems. The system will primarily be used for storing...

Mercedes Benz’s Home Battery Coming To The U.S.

05/18/2017, If Tesla’s Powerwall home battery isn’t your cup of tea, perhaps you would like to buy one from another car manufacturer. German auto giant Mercedes Benz is finally bringing its home battery to the United States. It has teamed up with...

Germany Makes New Renewable Energy Record

05/14/2017, Germany has heavily invested in renewable energy sources to reduce its reliance on conventional methods of power generation that depend on processes that can harm the environment. The country’s renewable energy generation now accounts for a...