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Articles from December 2013
Work at the U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory could revolutionize rechargeable batteries, which is important to the future of so many of our devices. Researchers have developed a ...
New York City is looking to kick off the new year with a sustainable theme. The lights on the famous New Year’s Eve ball drop in Time Square, Manhattan, will ...
From early in the new year it is predicted that a new London taxi will be seen on the city streets of the UK capital. It is not only a ...
What’s it like to drive an electric vehicle, and for those in the colder areas of the world is it right to be concerned that the cold will reduce the ...
New games consoles hit the high-streets and all the reviews and forums are full of comparisons between the models, but gamers rarely worry overly about the energy efficiency of their ...
It’s the time of year when most people are considering what to give as a gift - for some they want to also provide something that will save energy. There ...
Gliding through the water, causing little disturbance maybe the way we would all love to swim, like an Olympic gold medalist, all the energy we produce used to propel us ...
THE National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and NASA released their annual Artic Report Card showing the condition of the Arctic over the last 12 months. Although 2013 didn’t bring ...
Commercial fleets of vehicles are an obvious place for alternative energy use and UPS, the well know global parcel delivery firm is doings its part in a new and different ...
London is about to spend, more than ever before, on updating the street lighting across the UK capital - as unveiled by Mayor, Boris Johnson. The new energy-efficient lighting program is ...
Bhutan, a tiny country on the eastern edge of the Himalayas', surrounded by India and China with a population of just three-quarters of a million is to set an example ...
Solar energy doesn’t always need huge panels up on the roof, or spanning across fields in the countryside. We have had small solar panels on devices, such as calculators, for ...
In an excellent post on Mother Nature Network Jenn Savage, who writes on green parenting, presented an intriguing idea that affects so many of us and would save energy at ...
Have you ever resorted to theft? Not grand larceny, just a little theft? Probably. For instance, have you plugged your phone, tablet or computer into someone’s power outlet without asking first? ...
We are all starting to realise the impact of climate change with ever dramatic weather events hitting almost everyone to a greater or lesser degree. But do we really wish ...
This year electric bicycles seem to be hitting the market with increasing rapidity. Good for the environment, good for energy saving, but not so good for the bank balance as ...
Piezoelectric materials produce electricity from pressure or stress - as we have seen before it could be steps as people walk, or the weight of vehicles as they travel over ...
Silicon Valley springs into the mind when thinking of innovative, future developments - but, that maybe about to change to Tin Valley - or Tin Pan Valley to play with ...