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Nimbus – a retro-futuristic off-roading electric SUV

July 21st, 2014 at 10:14 am » Comments Off

Nimbus microbus The Nimbus is a funky little hybrid that looks like a retro-styled SUV, but its actual story is even more intriguing. The Nimbus concept car is a microbus that can take electric hybrids off-road. The concept comes from Brazilian designer Eduardo Galvani who claims it offers a greater driving range and better fuel economy than […]

Solar Roadways offer an asphalt alternative

April 29th, 2014 at 10:07 am » Comments Off

Solar Roadway panels Sandpoint, Idaho could be the first city in the nation with solar roadways thanks to an Idaho inventor. However, the inventor behind the revolutionary idea needs help from the public. (Video)  

What is the future for biofuels?

September 24th, 2013 at 11:18 am » Comments Off

What happened to biofuels? Everybody was talking about biofuels a few years ago. Politicians in the U.S. saw corn ethenol as a path to “energy independence,” while greener folks preferred biodiesel made from waste cooking oil. Fans of biofuels said that these were supposed to be just a bridge to second-generation biofuels like cellulosic ethanol […]

Introducing the Virtual Battery

June 25th, 2013 at 10:29 pm » Comments Off

Phil Watts conducting an experiment Working day and night in his backyard workshop, energy pioneer Phil Watts has developed a significant number of breakthrough power technologies, but none quite as significant as the “virtual battery.” The Virtual Battery Hybrid is an aggregation of 4 technologies; Thermoelectric power generation, solar thermal, ground loops and Nanofluid heat […]

Eliminate the worry of harming the environment or beneficial insects with Dragon Juice®

October 9th, 2012 at 4:33 pm » Comments (0)

Dragon Juice naturally helps eliminate many common plant problems. Dragon Juice®is a natural plant spray conditioner. It is the most effective foliar spray available for your plants! It provides trace nutrients to your plants as well as giving them what they need (foliarly) to be healthy. Properly maintained plants make happy & healthy plants, therefore helping them […]

Superfood CocoLicious Chocolates will rock your world

July 30th, 2012 at 1:17 pm » Comments (0)

Is your chocolate Organic, Raw, Low Glycemic, Vegan, and Gluten Free? CocoLicious chocolates are a great new chocolate on the market for people who are health conscious yet recognize the value that chocolate is able to provide. It has the particular advantages of being organic, low glycemic, raw, vegan and gluten free! CocoLicious is one of the […]

Cook up deliciously portable power with PowerPot

July 18th, 2012 at 8:59 am » Comments (0)

The PowerPot can be used anywhere at any time. The PowerPot is an amazing new product! It is a 5-15 watt electrical generator that is capable of charging any USB device! It’s waterproof, fire-resistant, and extremely portable, weighing in at just 12 ounces! Take it anywhere and use it day or night to charge cell […]

Hydrovolts tap canal currents for 12 kW of power apiece

June 7th, 2012 at 9:30 pm » Comments (0)

Powerful new power options. Irrigation canals are the blood vessels of agriculture, delivering water throughout America’s farmland. Pretty soon, they may well deliver a bit of electricity too, thanks to the Hydrovolt micro-generator. The Hydrovolt C2, designed and built by the same-named Washington state company, is a compact car-sized device that sits on a irrigation […]

Eole Water wind turbine creates drinking water from thin air

June 5th, 2012 at 9:59 am » Comments (0)

The wind turbine can create 1,000 liters of drinking water every day. Renewable energy has long been produced by wind turbines.  But a French engineering firm has discovered another eco-purpose for the towering structures.

MIT creates solar panels from leaves and grass

February 6th, 2012 at 1:03 pm » Comments (0)

Photosynthesizing Solar Cells Andreas Mershin, a researcher at MIT, has created solar panels from agricultural waste such as cut grass and dead leaves. Mershin says in a few years it will be possible to stir some grass clippings into a bag of cheap chemicals, paint the mixture on your roof, and immediately start producing electricity.

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