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    Wind and solar powered Unmanned Ocean Vessels give off zero-emissions

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    Bringing renewable energy to Unmanned Ocean Vessels, New South Wales-based ship builder Forgacs Engineering Pty Ltd. and renewable energy firm SolarSailor recently pulled the veil of the SolarSailor UOV. In what could be a revolutionary technological upgrade for a $2 … Continue reading3

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    13-year-old discovers way to increase energy efficiency, inspired by nature

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    If you’ve been over-friendly with numbers, you probably might have come across the Fibonacci Sequence, the series of numbers around which the whole universe seems to resolve. 13-year-old superbrain, Aidan Dwyer recently associated the good old Fibonacci Sequence with the … Continue reading3

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    SolarCity unveils solar-powered chargers for EVs

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    For quite a while now, we’ve been waving the solar-EV-charger flag. This seems to be the best way to turn cars into zero-emissions modes of transport. Sure electric cars are clean and don’t spout out carbons. However, charging them up … Continue reading3

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    Solar mobile phone charger juices up on cloudy days too

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    There are days when the sun simply doesn’t bother to show, leaving solar panels and chargers around thirsty and parched. Designer Nikolay Bastrakov decided to come up with a solar phone charger, that keeps your phone charged up, even in … Continue reading3

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    Solar-powered lamps that help drivers keep safe distance at night

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    Driving through foggy highways at night can be risky indeed, and usually, drivers require a lot more assistance than just fog lamps to prevent pile-ups. Designer Da Wei Xing has come up with an innovative and sustainable way to prevent … Continue reading3

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    iPad-charging bag uses solar energy to juice up

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    We’ve seen solar powered bags that suck energy from the rays of the sun to power up your gadgets on the go. Here’s one specifically designed for Steve Job’s Apple of the eye, the iPad. Most of the satchels we’ve … Continue reading3

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    Ricoh unveils solar powered billboard in London

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    A while ago, we had got wind of Ricoh’s solar-powered billboard set up in Times Square, New York. Happy with the success of the billboard and all the coverage it received, the company has gone a step further and unveiled … Continue reading3

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    Solar Sinter, the 3D printer powered by the sun

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    For the uninitiated, 3D printing is just what it’s name suggests; printing out 3D objects, with machines to chisel and shape the object to perfection. Markus Kayser took 3D printing to new heights, with a contraption of his own, that … Continue reading3

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    Samsung unveils the NC215S solar powered netbook

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    Laptops tend to waste a whole lot of space on the backsides of their screen-panels. Putting this space to constructive use, Samsung has come up with a solar-powered laptop that besides using pre-filled energy from the grid, also charges up … Continue reading3

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    Turkey to play home to hybrid natural gas plant combining solar and wind energy

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    We haven’t had too much of green coming out from Turkey since quite a while now, and it isn’t surprising that we’re all too happy to get wind of the newest green venture by the Turks. Combining together wind, solar, … Continue reading3

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