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Evolution Guides Development Of Next-Gen Solar Panels

Evolution Guides Development Of Next-Gen Solar Panels

Thatcher Michelsen January 31, 2013 0

Northwestern University is reportedly developing the next generation of solar panels using a novel approach: Allowing natural selection to determine which geometric patterns are the right size for energy-capturing cells

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Ohio State University To Utilize Wind Power To Fuel Campus Activities

Ohio State University To Utilize Wind Power To Fuel Campus Activities

Thatcher Michelsen January 29, 2013 0

Hoping to bring down its utility costs by a significant margin, Ohio State University will be drawing energy a large-scale wind turbine facility in the Buckeye State to power its campus

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North Carolina Research Team Developing Self-Healing Wire Technology

North Carolina Research Team Developing Self-Healing Wire Technology

Thatcher Michelsen January 28, 2013 0

In a development that could reshape how homes are built and repaired, a team from North Carolina State University announced that it is in the testing phase of a new wiring product that is

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Ford’s Latest Fusion Energi Offers Suite Of Power-Saving Technologies

Ford’s Latest Fusion Energi Offers Suite Of Power-Saving Technologies

Thatcher Michelsen January 25, 2013 0

If you're in the market for a new green car, you might want take this year's Focus Energi for a test drive

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New Zealand-Based Scientists Create Water-Saving Shower

New Zealand-Based Scientists Create Water-Saving Shower

Thatcher Michelsen January 24, 2013 0

The Oxijet is what is known as an aerated showerhead, which fills the stream of water with pockets of air and reduces liquid consumption by up to 50 percent during operation

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World Wildlife Fund Report Finds Earth’s Energy Needs Could Be Met By Solar Power

World Wildlife Fund Report Finds Earth’s Energy Needs Could Be Met By Solar Power

Thatcher Michelsen January 23, 2013 0

A new report from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global nonprofit advocacy organization, has made a significant proposal: run the entire planet's infrastructure on solar energy

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GE engineers create novel water purification system

GE engineers create novel water purification system

Thatcher Michelsen January 22, 2013 0

It utilizes salt and electricity to restrict the development of harmful bacteria, which the source reported is a major cause of disease in many low-income nations across the globe

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2013 Consumer Electronics Show brings green tech into the limelight

2013 Consumer Electronics Show brings green tech into the limelight

Thatcher Michelsen January 21, 2013 0

According to the U.S. Department of Energy's EnergySaver blog, there were a wide variety of gizmos and gadgets on display that are sure to make the next twelve months an exciting shopping time for

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2013 Detroit Auto Show premieres several new green vehicles

2013 Detroit Auto Show premieres several new green vehicles

Thatcher Michelsen January 18, 2013 0

Electric vehicles were the toast ofAmerican car engineering, as the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, kicked off this week with a stunning display of new EVs and hybrids

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U.S. Army unveils its largest photovoltaic solar project in New Mexico

U.S. Army unveils its largest photovoltaic solar project in New Mexico

Thatcher Michelsen January 17, 2013 0

This installation, which will providesignificant yearly savings to this branch of the armed forces, is the largest of its kind currently in operation by the U.S. military

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