Author: Crisp Green


The system is the first to offer consumers a simple way to charge their EVs with the ease of hands-free, automatic technology. Google is famous for giving the digital generation what it wants, so it only makes sense that the Read more…


A Dutch architectural company wonders if wind turbines can be transformed into objects of desire. As desperate as the world is for consistent, renewable energy, some people have voiced opposition when the construction of a wind farm is proposed in Read more…


Downloadable from the Android Market, the app will allow customers to control their ecobee Smart Thermostats anytime, anywhere. Have you ever left your home for a business trip or vacation, only spend your time wondering if you’d left the heat Read more…


Inspired by LEAF technology, the ESFLOW concept will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2011. The Nissan LEAF made a splash as the most affordable, mass-produced, all-electric car on the market, and now its creators are determined to prove Read more…


Searching the internet is an essential part of daily life, but are you aware of how much energy you’re using every time you surf? We are experiencing the peak of the information age, and thanks to wireless internet technologies, it’s Read more…


A Swedish train station is harvesting energy from human heat to warm buildings and lower energy costs. Central Station in Stockholm is Sweden’s largest rail station and the busiest in Northern Europe with almost 250,000 passengers per day. All those Read more…


Using a bio-digester, the plant will derive energy from waste products including milk, cream, proteins, syrups and pieces of fruit. Now, there’s another reason to scream for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream: one of the company’s plants in Holland will Read more…


Thinner and stronger than steel, graphene already outperforms all other known materials as a conductor of heat. Graphene is a thin flake of ordinary carbon – a mere one atom thick, yet 200 times as strong as steel. Researchers at Read more…


The ecomagination team at GE is pushing renewable energy limits with heat capture and hybrid dynamic braking on trains. The energy that’s generated when stopping a train is quite substantial and GE’s ecomagination team is discovering ways to capture that Read more…


A Skystream 600 could provide up to 80 percent of an average home’s energy requirements. Southwest Windpower recently unveiled its newest and most efficient small wind turbine at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The Skystream Read more…


New research suggests protocell “skins” could be the secret to building carbon-negative architecture. Researchers in Europe are collaborating on a project to develop materials that could eventually make it possible for buildings to produce water in desert environments or harvest Read more…


Methane is one of the most harmful of all the greenhouse gasses, but new research could be the secret to harnessing this energy for common electronics. Electrochemical fuel cells have always been viewed as a clean source of power, but Read more…


Enjoy the safety of a bike light without worrying about dead batteries! Tired of getting of being too scared to commute by bike because you don’t have the proper safety lights? Frustrated with your current headlamp or safety light because Read more…


Poland has teamed up with Siemens and BMW to create a recyclable subway car for Metro Warszawskie. The Inspiro design was developed by Siemens in cooperation with the BMW Group DesignworksUSA, which is an independently operating BMW Group subsidiary based Read more…

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