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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.

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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Wave Hi to Wave Farms

Wave power is increasingly becoming popular, gradually gaining momentum. Recently, the US Department of Energy (DOE) announced funding of up to $40 million for the development of the first open-water wave-energy-testing facility in the country. For several years, wave energy has failed to keep pace with solar and wind energy, …

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New Karma Revero Partly Powered By Solar Rooftop

Karma Automotive has unveiled the Revero, a hybrid car with a solar panel roof. Its looks strongly resemble that of the Fisker Karma that had been designed by Henrik Fisker, and that’s not a coincidence. Everybody had liked the sleek looks of the Fisker Karma; it was its unreliability that had …

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Germany Going Wind to Hydrogen in a Big Way

As one of the major participants in the global hydrogen generator industry, Linde AG, the world’s largest industrial gas supplier, continues its bid to challenge manufacturers of battery-powered vehicles such as Tesla when it comes to providing gas, particularly hydrogen to run cars. For years, the company has been researching …

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