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Global Warming Claims Another Month

Global Warming Claims Another Month

September Sets Records as Global Warming Claims Another Month ANDREW FREEDMAN September was the warmest such month on record for the planet, according to preliminary data from NASA as well as independent analysis from the Japan Meteorological Agency released Tuesday. This extends the string of warmest months to six in a row, and, if confirmed [...]

October 20, 2014 | By | Reply More
Inside the White House

Inside the White House

Following the release of a congressionally-mandated report showing that global warming is already having costly effects across the United States, the White House is taking action on Friday to boost renewable energy programs via the public and private sectors. The first announcement hits close to home for the Obamas, as the White House announced that [...]

May 10, 2014 | By | Reply More
New Apple Patents Hint at Solar-Powered Devices

New Apple Patents Hint at Solar-Powered Devices

 New Apple Patents hint at Solar-Powered Devices… may be going green in the next few years, based on the latest patents given to the company, which reveal solar cells may soon be in all of Apple’s devices. Apple appears to be creating a new device that can let natural light in and absorb the energy [...]

February 18, 2014 | By | Reply More
Eliodomestico Solar Still

Eliodomestico Solar Still

  Industrial designer Gabriele Diamanti created this award-winning Eliodomestico Solar Still for developing countries with limited or no access to fresh drinking water. It works somewhat like an upside-down coffee maker: You pour seawater through the opening at the top, and the sun heats it during the day. The pressure forces steam through the nozzle [...]

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Solar Chimney

Solar Chimney

By Meg Wagner Some innovations require a bit of hot air to get off the ground. Per Lindstrand, an aeronautical engineer and founder of hot air balloon manufacturer Lindstrand Balloons, has outlined plans for a 3,280-foot inflatable solar chimney that would harvest energy from the sun, and deliver power to remote locations. Lindstrand is best [...]

December 5, 2013 | By | Reply More
U.S. Power Grid’s Days Numbered-Solar Technology

U.S. Power Grid’s Days Numbered-Solar Technology

   Why the U.S. Power Grid’s Days Are Numbered (Solar Technology) That’s the opinion of David Crane, chief executive officer of NRG Energy, a wholesale power company based in Princeton, N.J. What’s afoot is a confluence of green energy and computer solar technology, deregulation, cheap natural gas, and political pressure that, as Crane starkly frames it, [...]

December 5, 2013 | By | Reply More
Earth4Energy

Earth4Energy

So, you are interested in knowing how to generate power and reduce your electricity bills, than you have come to the right place. With the ever increasing costs of living and global warming, there should be better time when we stop throwing money out the window and save some by starting to generate our own [...]

December 3, 2013 | By | Reply More
Solar Power Generator

Solar Power Generator

  I found this article on a friend’s blog post and thought I would pass it on to my readers. It’s a simplified illustration that’s not that hard to understand from a layman’s standpoint. The prices for the products depend on where you purchase or maybe you have some of the items just laying around [...]

November 23, 2013 | By | Reply More
Solar Energy LEGO Block Design

Solar Energy LEGO Block Design

Mimicking the iconic design of Lego blocks, an international team of scientists discovered a better way to harvest the sun’s solar energy. Researchers from Imperial College London and collaborators in Belgium, China and Japan created 22% more efficient solar panels by covering their surface with tiny aluminum studs, which are invisible to the naked eye. [...]

November 15, 2013 | By | Reply More
Israel to Build Solar Plant

Israel to Build Solar Plant

Israel plans to start construction next year on what will become the fifth largest solar power station in the world, part of a plan to build three such structures that will curb their dependency on fossil fuels. The $1.1 billion solar plant will be able to generate 121 megawatts of electricity by the time it’s [...]

November 15, 2013 | By | Reply More