Recent Posts

Lithium Air Battery Breakthrough

Researchers at the Argonne National Laboratory (pictured above) at the U.S. Department of Energy have developed a prototype for lithium-air batteries that can resolve the drawbacks of the existing lithium-air batteries. With the ability to store electricity up to 5 times more than common lithium-ion batteries, minus the shortcomings, the …

Read More »

Smog Free Tower of Clean Air Power

Quality indoor air is one of the needs of a healthy environment at home or in the office. But, regardless of how safe and pollution-free your home or office is, you will still be exposed to contaminated air once you step outside. But not when walking near the Smog Free …

Read More »

Hexocover Solar Technology for Water Conservation

Looking to solve the evaporation of water from bodies of water, such as mining tailings, reservoirs and ponds, a new technology, called Hexocover, was invented at the University of Arizona. Simultaneously generating energy reserves with the use of solar panels, the invention consists of hexagonal-shaped modular floating cover panels that …

Read More »

Batteriser Product Review

The Batteriser is the first micro-thin, stainless steel sleeve that extends by up to 8 times a battery’s life, just by slipping the product into it. The key here is that most devices only tap a fraction of the energy a battery has, and the Batteriser taps into the remaining …

Read More »

Can Hydrogen Fuel the Future?

By Guest Blogger Philip Piletic There has been a lot of public debate about the use of hydrogen to replace fossil fuels as the main source of energy. Some of the arguments in favor of spending more money on researching the use of hydrogen are that it is plentiful, sustainable …

Read More »

Solar Battery Revolution – Who Will Capture the Market?

By Guest Blogger Clive Rollison Given Deutsche Bank’s prediction that the solar energy market will reach $5 trillion by 2030, the continued growth of this successful industry depends on a viable solar battery. With Elon Musk’s Tesla, Mercedes-Benz and various startups, all challenging to create an effective solar battery, it …

Read More »

ELF Solar Velomobile Review

If you would like to minimize your carbon footprint by buying a small green solar vehicle, there are many eco-friendly ones from which to choose. One of the top options is ELF, a solar-powered velomobile that’s designed and built by North Carolina-based company Organic Transit. With its unique design, sleek, …

Read More »

What about Solar-Isopropanol Powered Cars?

By Guest Blogger Ali Lawrence For decades, we’ve heard about the promise of the electric car. These cars don’t produce any tailpipe emissions, they’re less expensive (they cost about one-third or one-quarter less per mile than their gas-guzzling counterparts), and you can fill them up at home. On top of …

Read More »

New Roof Tile Coating Cleans the Air

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way that we could get rid of pollution without actually having to do anything? Well, researchers at UCR in southern California believe they have a solution that fits the bill. A new coating for roof tiles can absorb smog pollutants, and can …

Read More »

The Truth Behind Green Energy Subsidies

By Guest Blogger Lee Rolison Nobody wants to see their tax dollars spent covering the operating costs of failing energy companies. That’s why debates over energy subsidies tend to be fiercely polarising. They also tend to be completely misinformed. There’s a widespread assumption that the solar power industry is not …

Read More »