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Two designers have created an innovative product meant to capture displaced wind from passing trains or subways and convert that wind power to electricity....

You’ve probably noticed that wind is super abundant on our planet (funny video on this topic). Some report that wind in windy locations on...

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Yes, following up on my posts looking at total installed wind power capacit, wind power growth, and wind power capacity relative to GDP, here's...

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We make a big deal of how much total wind power capacity is installed in different countries, but perhaps a better way to look...

Climate Change

Is this what climate change looks like? There has been an increase in the numbers of earthquakes over 6.0, over the last few years....

Clean Transport

As everyone is probably aware by now, the incoming governors of Ohio and Wisconsin, John Kasich and Scott Walker (respectively), have stated loudly and...

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When the Obama administration Nobel prizewinning Steven Chu took over from Bush/Cheney oil man Bodman at the Department of Energy, he prioritized clean energy...

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Scientists in Taiwan have discovered that gold nanoparticles can induce luminescence in the leaves of plants, making them emit a reddish glow. They came...

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[social_buttons] Today is the start of the 2010 American Solar Challenge (ASC) race. Solar-powered vehicles will leave from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and head to...

Buildings

Taiwan’s Taipei 101 was the tallest building in the world from 2004-2007. Now, it is looking to become the world’s tallest GREEN building. [social_buttons]...

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A new report by iSuppli Corp. predicts that by 2013, 31% of the solar panel market will be accounted for by thin-film solar panels....

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