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Uber Wants Its London Drivers To Use EVs By 2025

09/10/2017, By now it is pretty obvious that many carmakers are making the shift towards creating hybrids or full electric cars, where there will no longer be the need to consume fossil fuels in order to power them (or at least consume less). In fact recently in...

China To Set Deadline To End Sales Of Fossil Fuel-Powered Cars

09/10/2017, It is clear that the future of cars is that they will be going electric and possibly fully autonomous too. However for now, fossil fuel still remains the “popular” choice, and that’s something that countries want to change, such as Germany who hopes...

Your Solar Panels Could Help Power Other Homes During A Blackout

09/06/2017, As solar panels draw energy from the sun to power homes and offices, in case you did not know, during a power outage, such devices are actually powered down due to safety reasons, which means that if you were hoping to rely on your solar panel to continue...


Low-Income Homes In The UK To Get Free Solar Panels

09/06/2017, Going green is great for the environment, like installing solar panels, battery packs for the home, driving electric cars, and so on. However sometimes going green can be expensive and in some instances, like electric cars, are a luxury that people who...

Aston Martin Expects To Have 100% Hybrid Cars By 2020

08/29/2017, More carmakers are pledging to change their manufacturing efforts these days, where instead of putting out cars powered by gas, they are looking towards creating more hybrids and full electric vehicles. If you’re a fan of Aston Martin, then you’ll be...

The UK’s Royal Mail Will Be Going Green With All-Electric Vans

08/23/2017, The idea behind electric vehicles is that it is supposed to be greener, meaning that because it doesn’t consume fuel, we reduce our need on the resource, and it also means that less pollutants are emitted. While we’re still a long ways to go from an...

Tesla Claims They Are Receiving 1,800 Model 3 Reservations A Day

08/03/2017, The Tesla Model 3 is a car that has been quite hyped up and for good reason. This is because unlike other Tesla models which are admittedly rather pricey, the Model 3 will be a slightly more affordable Tesla vehicle, meaning that those who have been...

Ikea Starts Selling Solar Panels And Home Batteries

08/02/2017, Ikea is jumping on the renewable energy bandwagon that’s starting to signal a shift in the energy market. The furniture retailer has announced that it has started selling solar panels and batteries to customers in the United Kingdom. The products...

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...