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Kevin is both an environmentalist and a tech guy and has been writing, editing and publishing this blog since 2007. He answers questions related to how you can use tech to go greener.

Karma Revero Plug-In Hybrids Ship to Dealerships

U.S. automaker, Karma Automotive, is set to make a mark in the car manufacturing industry with its first and only Revero model. This is considered to be one of the most expensive among the electric cars on the market today. It is costly at $130,000, which is comparable to a …

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Four Hidden Benefits of a Hybrid Vehicle

People looking to buy a new car do not have to look any further than purchasing a hybrid. Owning these cars is great for many reasons, but most people like them because of the lower cost for fuel, and it does not put out nearly as many fuel emissions. It …

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Green Algae Used to Produce Green Hydrogen

A team of researchers from Ruhr-Universität Bochum have found out how green algae produce an enzyme that’s used in creating renewable hydrogen. This discovery can be used to understand how hydrogen can be produced through biotechnological means and eventually used to supplement or even replace fossil fuels as an energy …

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The Importance of Maintaining Your Green Tech

Green energy is great, and it’s taken us long enough. But finally we can have and use various methods for capturing energy both at home and at your business. However, with the advent of green technology also comes the sometimes tricky maintenance required to keep them working. Here you can …

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How the Renewables Industry Attracts Investors

Sourced from Pixabay For renewable energy projects to take place, people have to be willing to pay for them. Attracting investors is essential for any country to grow their use of green energy. With many investors still wanting to put their money into fossil fuels, convincing them to look at …

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Supercapacitor Breakthrough Looks Promising

As early as February this year, there have already been reports of breakthroughs in energy storage technology, particularly in the industry of superconductors. In a research study, a German team talks about improving the capacity of energy storage via a hybrid mix of potassium ferricyanide in aqueous media as opposed …

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