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    DIY fish feeder traps live insects, powers with solar energy

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    We just came across an innovative way to supply those goldfish you’ve bred in your pond with a constant supply of fresh food, straight from the living ecosystem! Here’s how it works. The system includes a device to be placed … Continue reading3

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    DIY solar powered three-wheeler, costs only $550 to build

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    Well, if you prefer sticking to do-it-yourself bikes and all those electric bikes showing up in the market yet haven’t managed to catch your fancy, here’s a home-made way to travelling around green. Built by Farrukh Khan, this solar powered … Continue reading3

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    Solar Cross electrically assisted DIY bicycle by Terry Hope

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    We’ve had quite a few electrically-assisted bicycles featured here. This one sure as hell takes the cake though, given that it’s a pretty neat DIY way to travelling green. Built by EV inventor and enthusiast Terry Hope, this Specialized FSR … Continue reading3

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    The DIY solar powered remote control for your TV

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    You might be a couch potato. You might hate getting off your couch during TV time. You might just simply hate changing the batteries of your remote control. That shouldn’t stop you from having your own solar powered DIY remote … Continue reading3

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    A recyclable do-it-yourself shopping trolley to lug around your stuff, the Move-It

    Posted on by gavril

    Here’s an innovative design, that’s green, recyclable, and can pack up all your tidbits to lug around, the Move-It kit. This one’s a do-it-yourself kit, and works great on trips to the supermarket, or just every time you walk out … Continue reading3

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    High School Students build a Do-It-Yourself solar car kit

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    Solar powered cars today are not a very new thing. But what Art Haines, a mechanical designer along with eight students from Skowhegan Area High School, developed, designed and built the two-seater model vehicle. This Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Hummer-like prototype is … Continue reading3

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    The Do-It-Yourself Electric Motorcycle for $12,000

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    What can you do in two months time? How much of it can you do? Bet you are wondering on the first question still! Well this 22 year old college kid built a ride-able electric motorcycle in just two months. … Continue reading3

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    DIY Solar powered stove shaped out of 100% recycled materials

    Posted on by deepa

    Another DIY solar stove project for the forthcoming weekend. After the success of Kyoto Box, folks all over the world are keen to experiment with ‘why-didn’t-I-think of-this’ kind of solar powered projects. The latest is a solar powered stove made … Continue reading3

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    DIY – A geeky photo frame recycled from a waste keyboard

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    One of my colleagues, Geetu, whose areas of interest are Luxury and Girly Gadgets has been bitten by the green bug. She decided to shape up a keyed picture frame to lock the memories of her loved ones. And here … Continue reading3

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    DIY – Solar powered Nintendo DS Lite for grid-free gaming

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    As the gadget-making companies around the world are already churning out alternatively charged versions of the existing products, some Instructable user has also tapped his eco-sense to make a solar powered DS. Dark sponge believes that the popular Nintendo DS … Continue reading3

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