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MiraQua: the green car without carbon footprint

Today there seems to be more and more and yet more vehicles on the road than ever. Everybody wants to have their own transport and a smaller car with least carbon emission seems to be an ideal solution for this inexhaustible number of cars that seem to be coming up.

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March 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Gadgets,INDUSTRY,MARKETING,Technology | Read More »

Getting the microbes to produce biofuels

Currently biofuel is produced from plants as well as microbes. The oils, carbohydrates or fats generated by the microbes or plants are refined to produce biofuel. This is a green and renewable energy that helps in conserving fossil-fuel usage.

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March 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Biomass,INDUSTRY,Technology | Read More »

Energy provided by passing trains

Rail travel is one of the greenest means of traveling across the country, but it could be even more efficient if the infrastructure itself produced electricity. Companies have already come up with plans to harness energy from passing trains using piezoelectric pads, and now two designers have developed a device that could harness the wind […]

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March 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,Technology,Wind | Read More »

Green house built by The Fab Academy

Built by the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC), Fab Lab House is a fully constructed project to provide energy efficiency and sustainability.

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March 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Europe,Green Buildings,INDUSTRY,WORLD | Read More »

In five years iPods will be powered by our heartbeat

According to the American Chemistry Society, researchers including lead scientist Zhong Lin Wang, Ph.D. of Georgia Institute of Technology, have spent the last six years working on a commercially viable nanogenerator that uses the body’s movements to generate electricity.

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March 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,Technology | Read More »

First floating solar power plant in India

Tata Power is joining hands with the Sunengy Pty Ltd, an Australian solar power company to set up India’s first floating solar plant. It would be a low cost plant as the economic floating solar technology invented by Sunengy is going to be used.

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March 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Asia,INDUSTRY,Solar PhotoVoltaics,WORLD | Read More »

Eco-friendly seagull

This Eco Solar-Powered Flapping Seagull Kit is a great way to teach children about the abilities of the eco-friendly energy source of solar power. The flapping seagull comes in kit form, once assembled the kit is a plastic seagull that flaps its wings in the sunlight.

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March 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Education,Gadgets,INDUSTRY,MARKETING | Read More »

UK needs to recycle its stockpile of waste plutonium into fuel

Former chief scientific adviser to the government Sir David King has today urged the government to recycle its giant stockpile of waste plutonium into fuel for new-build nuclear reactors, as part of a major new report calling for an overhaul of the UK’s nuclear energy sector.

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March 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Europe,WORLD | Read More »

Using cerium oxide to create solar energy

Newer and more exciting devices are being invented to harness renewable energy – especially solar energy. One such device is a prototype which uses one of the rare earth metals – ceria, otherwise known cerium oxide – utilizing its natural propensity of alternatively exhaling and inhaling oxygen as it heats up or cools down.

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March 29th, 2011 | Posted in INDUSTRY,Technology | Read More »

The tallest wind tower

GE has acquired intellectual property to build lower-cost, 100-meter-tall-plus towers capable of supporting high-capacity turbines. Together with France’s Alstom Group and LM Wind Power Group of Denmark GE will develop what they claim will be the longest wind turbine ever produced.

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March 29th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,USA,Wind,WORLD | Read More »

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