• Electric Bug of the future – The clean, power-driven Beetle by Volkswagen

    Posted in Transport on January 23, 2017
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    By the year 2025, German automobile giant Volkswagen says that they will roll out over 30 electrified vehicle models, one of which would possibly be a zero-emission version of the Beetle.

  • Volkswagen unveils I.D. Buzz – A futuristic self-driving electric microbus concept

    Posted in Transport on January 10, 2017

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    Recently at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show, Volkswagen launched the I.D. Buzz concept – a modern eight-seater, all-electric drivetrain/van with a 600 km range and integration with impressive futuristic self-driving technology.

    World’s first solar panel road officially opened in France’s Normandy village, as part of clean energy trial

    Posted in Alternative Energy on January 6, 2017

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    One kilometer and 2,800 square meters of solar panels in French village Tourouvre-au-Perche was officially inaugurated by Ségolène Royal, France’s Minister of Ecology, on December 22, 2016. Marking the launch of the world’s first solar panel road, this is also part of France’s ultimate aim to cover 1,000 kilometers of roadways with solar panels. Royal stated that she’d like to see solar panels installed on one in every 1,000 km of French highways.

    Solar technologies that are brightening our future

    Posted in Alternative Energy on December 17, 2016

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    Solar power and its associated technologies have traditionally been expensive, inefficient and difficult to maintain.  Nevertheless, since its early years it has been vastly improved by innovators who are finding new ways, and improving old ways, of harnessing the power of our sun.  The following are a few of these innovations that are giving this renewable energy source a bright future.

    India now houses the largest solar power plant of the world, massive enough to power 1,50,000 homes!

    Posted in Alternative Energy on December 1, 2016

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    Winning over the title of the world’s largest solar plant at a single location from California’s Topaz Solar Farm, is India’s Kamuthi Solar Power Project in Tamil Nadu. Having been completed two years ago, the former has a capacity of 550 MW, while Kamuthi augments our country’s generating capacity by a whopping 648 MW, and is expected to be powerful enough to provide electricity to 1,50,000 homes.

    The 5 Must-Haves For A Greener Home

    Posted in Architecture on November 24, 2016

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    There’s a good chance homes across the country could become a lot greener over the years. The government seems to be encouraging energy efficiency with rebates and incentives, while homeowners realize how much value they can add to their homes with a few green renovations.

    So, if you’re planning to invest in your home and make it a lot greener, here are the five must-have technologies you need to know:

    Five reasons why you need a PC diagnostics software

    Posted in Gadgets and Tech on November 8, 2016

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    Computers are complex machines with different hardware, software, and a multitude of other components and systems that work in harmony. However, just like all complex electronic devices, PCs can also malfunction, experience technical glitches and other issues.

    What to look for in an Open Source POS system

    Posted in Gadgets and Tech on October 29, 2016
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    A web-based Point of Sale system that uses PHP language script and uses MySQL as the back-end data storage. Everyone knows the definition of an Open Source POS system. However, choosing that one great open source point of sale system perfectly moulded for a particular business can be a perplexing, daunting task, for new and experienced business owners alike.

    What Green Property Technologies Will Generate a Quick ROI?

    Posted in Awareness and Hype on October 29, 2016
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    In the wake of green consciousness, consumers are becoming more savvy about effects of what they buy on their environment. Today, people actively check product labels in stores for signs of “fair trade”, “environmental friendly”, “recycled material” and so on. The same practice can be said of the property market.
    As a landlord with a comprehensive checklist, you should be wary of green technology that can give your house a competitive edge in the property market. They not only give you quick returns, a green upgrade saves you costs in the long run.

    6 Easy Ways to Plan an Eco-Friendly Funeral

    Posted in Awareness and Hype on June 28, 2016

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    Those who want to reduce their carbon footprint after they die can plan a green funeral that is eco-friendly. More so now than ever before, people are becoming concerned with the impact that common funeral practices have on the planet. Burials take up valuable land, while cremations produce a lot of greenhouse gasses. But new practices such as green burials and chemical cremations can be expensive. So we’ve gathered together some easier and cost-effective tips to help you plan a funeral that’s a little more earth friendly!

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