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Stanford Has A Heat-Recovery System That Makes It Energy Efficient

04/26/2015, Going green is all the rage these days and companies with huge operations, like those who run data centers and server farms have started implementing greener ways of generating power, such as through the use of solar panels. That being said who’s to say...

Outdoor Air Purifier Claims To Cut Down Pollution By 40%

04/24/2015, It is no secret that in China, pollution is a huge problem and while putting air purifiers at home is one way of keeping yourself healthy, stepping outdoors is a whole other problem. Masks are great, but they will constantly need to be changed which is...

China Planning An Electric Sports Car Of Their Own

04/23/2015, With the world’s natural resources starting to deplete, it is not surprising that we’re turning to alternate means, such as creating electric cars to replace fuel cars in an attempt to reduce the amount of fuel we consume. Right now there are several...

Philips Introduces More Affordable $5 LED Lightbulb

04/21/2015, LED lightbulbs have been touted as a great way for consumers to save electricity and reduce their bills, but this is a long-term thing and the upfront costs for LED bulbs are a bit of a put off. However Philips has decided to help make things a bit more...

Tesla To Unveil Batteries For The Home On 30th April

04/21/2015, Either Tesla is horrible at keeping secrets or the company is just too excited about its products because it has been recently confirmed in an email to investors that come 30th April, the company will be unveiling a home battery and a “very large”...

Solar Impulse Set To Head East Again

04/21/2015, At the end of last month, we did bring you word that the Solar Impulse aircraft has landed in China, and this fuel-free aeroplane has rested long enough, that it has already taken off from Chongqing in western-central China – making its way to...

Kyocera Reveals Floating Solar Plant

04/20/2015, We first took a gander at Kyocera’s idea to come up with a mega solar plant in October last year at CEATEC 2014, and it certainly made plenty of sense. After all, close to two-thirds of the world’s surface is covered with water, and at the rate global...

Apple Increases Retail Renewable Energy Rollout By 3 Times

04/20/2015, Apple, the company that has been slated to hit the magical $1 trillion mark on the stock exchange in due time by certain analysts, has plans to ensure that their massive retail operations will rely entirely with renewable energy in the future. This is...

Texas City Could Be First To Rely On 100% Renewable Energy

04/14/2015, Is it an impossible dream? No, while not all dreams are impossible, they are definitely worth having. In fact, a small city in Texas might end up winning the race of being the first in the state to fall back on 100% renewable energy, now how about that...

Solar Panels Provide Relief For Cyclists In South Korea

04/13/2015, Going green takes a whole lot more effort than to recycle all of the cardboard and plastic in your home, driving a hybrid vehicle, or perhaps cycling to school or work. No sir, there are many other ways to live a greener lifestyle, and having solar panels...

Froute Pod Offers Style And Substance When You Camp

04/08/2015, Certain families do have traditions, and some of them include camping which will hopefully be able to be a time where bonds are forged and brought closer, especially between parent and child. Camping has also progressed a whole lot from the traditional...

NASA & Boeing Looking To Test More Eco-Friendly Planes

04/05/2015, While planes are probably the most efficient way of traveling great distances, they’re not exactly the most eco-friendly modes of transportation either. However both Boeing and NASA are hoping to change that with the testing of the Boeing...

Solarbike Looks Right Out From The Future

04/03/2015, A bicycle is one of the greenest pieces of transportation that you can own, for the simple fact that you will pedal it using your own energy, and while tackling those uphill slopes can be quite a challenge for the less fit, thankfully we have such things...