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Easy to Recycle Cars: Mazda & Toyota's Steps toward Metal Recycling

Automobiles have for long been the bête -noire of environmentalists. They cause pollution. They guzzle fuel. They require way too many resources - natural resources at that - for manufacturing. The list goes on and on.

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Easy to Recycle Cars: Mazda & Toyota's Steps toward Metal Recycling

Automobiles have for long been the bête -noire of environmentalists. They cause pollution. They guzzle fuel. They require way too many resources - natural resources at that - for manufacturing. The list goes on and on. [ Read More ]

JUSE Debuts Perpetually Powered Solar Nano Case for Smartphones

Ever wondered how awesome it would be if smartphones would never run out of power? Millions of people around the globe, especially youngsters, would have wished for something like this at some point in time. [ Read More ]

Stem, Kyocera to Reshape the Way Energy is Distributed and Used

Although energy-efficient policies are in place, electricity is still the biggest bugbear for commercial businesses and demands on the grid continue to increase; in order to help businesses and pave the way for good energy citizenship, Stem has teamed up with Kyocera Solar. [ Read More ]

Environmental Organizations Win the .eco Domain Name

As environmentalists continue to sound the alarm of the deteriorating conditions of the planet, governments are dragging their feet to act on policies to slow down or even stop many of the practices human beings carryout throughout the planet for causing so much of the damage. The UN climate change summit held last month in New York had many pledges to do the right thing by all the participants, as well as the mandatory blame game of rapidly developing countries such as China and India. [ Read More ]

Demand Response Industry Will Need to Innovate with the Overturn of FERC 745

A cleaner, and increasingly viable option is to temporarily reduce demand, a process called "demand response." Utility companies do it with the help of large utility customers, who promise to slacken their power use during times of high demand. [ Read More ]

Verizon Augments On-Site Green Energy Commitment with $40M Investment

Verizon said this year it will install 10.2 megawatts of new solar power systems at eight of its network facilities spread across California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York. [ Read More ]

Power Demand Drives Global Smart Demand Response Market

The Global Smart Demand Response Market is expected to reach $51.47 billion by 2025, according to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research. [ Read More ]

California Leads the Nation in Clean Technology

Clean-tech is a new, emerging technology that provides the foundation for the development of sustainable solutions offering competitive returns for investors as well as customers while helping address global environmental challenges. [ Read More ]

Third-Party Ownership Share in Residential Solar is Expected to Peak this Year

A large transition in the residential solar power market is on the cusp of change. Homeowners who are interested in installing solar panels on their rooftops have two options: either front the cost themselves for the expensive solar panels, or allow a third-party owner to install solar panels on their rooftops and lease the panels from them. The latter option is currently the most popular choice, and this popularity has steadily been growing. However a report by GTM Research predicts that this t… [ Read More ]

Harley Introduces Its First Electric Motorcycle: Project LiveWire

Coming as a shock to all, Harley-Davidson, arguably the world's most popular motorcycle provider, recently unveiled its most recent project-and it was nothing the audience expected. The company revealed Project LiveWire, its first electric motorcycle designed to go from zero to 60 mph in four seconds. [ Read More ]

Feasibility Study Launched for Solar Project on Agri Land

The rising temperatures, pollution, destruction to natural resources and even natural disasters are attributed to increased industrialization, which depends on non-renewable sources of energy such as coal, petroleum and so on. [ Read More ]


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