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Entries Tagged as 'Renewable Energy'

The Biggest Problem of E-waste Exportation

November 26th, 2012 · Comments Off on The Biggest Problem of E-waste Exportation

Tweet Recycling of ewaste requires lot of expensive equipments. The article enlists some of the biggest problem of E-waste exportation. Here’s the list of some: E-waste is a serious problem in developed countries where huge amount of used electronic goods get dumped every year. Disposal of E-waste is a serious problem in such nations and […]

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Solar Power Breakthrough – Cheap Solar Panels Made With Ion Cannon

March 20th, 2012 · Comments Off on Solar Power Breakthrough – Cheap Solar Panels Made With Ion Cannon

Tweet Solar Power breakthrough cheap Solar panels made with ion cannon. Using a particle accelerator — an ion cannon that they have internally developed and called the Hyperion Twin Creeks Technologies, headquartered in Silicon Valley, California has announced a breakthrough that would “usher in a new generation of manufacturing” solar devices. Using a particle accelerator — an […]

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Super Bowl XLVI Will Be The Greenest In 18 Years [INFOGRAPHICS]

February 2nd, 2012 · Comments Off on Super Bowl XLVI Will Be The Greenest In 18 Years [INFOGRAPHICS]

Tweet Super Bowl XLVI is almost here and the build-up to the year’s most watched sporting event in North America is reaching deafening levels now — Patriots-Giants rivalry plus Madonna making her comeback at halftime and all. What makes this event doubly special this year is that this will be the greenest Super Bowl ever […]

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Tags: News · Renewable Energy

Largest Solar Project Activated in Texas

January 17th, 2012 · Comments Off on Largest Solar Project Activated in Texas

Tweet The new Webberville Solar project just outside of Austin, Texas. Photo: The Digital Texan. Austin Energy had recently turned on the Webberville Solar Project, the biggest solar farm in Texas owned by global solar energy services provider SunEdison. The 30 MW facility located in the village of Webberville, Texas started producing power on December […]

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Happy Green Halloween How To Be Energy Efficient and Green on October 31st

October 25th, 2011 · Comments Off on Happy Green Halloween How To Be Energy Efficient and Green on October 31st

Tweet Happy green Halloween how to be energy efficient and green on October 31st. Kristin Swineford at the Energy Savers Blog has posted some interesting ideas on increasing energy efficiency at home this Halloween. Controlling heat loss, lighting, and waste can make for an energy-efficient and green Halloween celebration at home. (Photo: Sunnking) Hey folks, […]

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Germany Builds World’s Largest Solar Park Over Old Pit Mine

October 4th, 2011 · Comments Off on Germany Builds World’s Largest Solar Park Over Old Pit Mine

Tweet Germany builds worlds largest solar park over old pit mine. The land over a former open-pit tin mine is now the proud location of the world’s largest solar park Saferay has built a 78 MW solar plant on land that used to be an open pit mine in Senftenberg, Germany. (Photo: Saferay) What do […]

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Hawaii’s Geothermal Energy Success Story

September 20th, 2011 · Comments Off on Hawaii’s Geothermal Energy Success Story

Tweet Here we will tell you about Hawaii’s geothermal energy success story. The Island of Hawaii sources 20% of its power from Puna Geothermal Venture plant. Watch amazing archival footage of activity of Kilauea volcano, inside Pu’u O’o crater. The Big Island of Hawaii currently sources 20% of its power from a geothermal plant in […]

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Boston EV Drivers Getting 150 New Charging Stations

September 1st, 2011 · Comments Off on Boston EV Drivers Getting 150 New Charging Stations

Tweet Here’s a piece of good news for drivers of electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrids in Boston and some parts of Massachusetts. BMW has recently announced their partnership with Coulomb Technologies to install 150 ChargePoint stations in the city and across the state. The majority of these charging stations will be located within the Greater […]

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Tags: Clean Technology · Renewable Energy

Solar Power Arrives At The Yosemite

August 18th, 2011 · Comments Off on Solar Power Arrives At The Yosemite

Tweet Solar Power arrives at the Yosemite. Suntrek, based in Irvine, California, has installed a 672 kW solar power system at the Yosemite National Park Suntrek, based in Irvine, California, has installed a 672 kW solar power system at the Yosemite National Park, one of the nation’s oldest and most beloved nature reserves. Visitors to the […]

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5 Beautiful Solar Array Designs To Power Up Your Electric Cars

August 16th, 2011 · Comments Off on 5 Beautiful Solar Array Designs To Power Up Your Electric Cars

Tweet The article enlists 5 beautiful solar array designs to power up your electric cars. Here are the list: Electric vehicles are coming of age, so to speak. Not only are more people these days increasingly and keenly aware of the environmental price of continuing our use of fossil fuels indefinitely into the future, they’re […]

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