Archive for May, 2008

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Solar Power Beefs Up

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

And if CNN is a reliable predictor of things to come, when it’s all said and done, solar is gonna be totally jacked. Fans of SimCity 2000 might also remember something like this being referred to as “microwave power”. … Read More

Why Use A Solar Power Battery?

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

Solar power is known to provide a number of benefits out of which one is energy. The main reason why solar energy is pursued is for the protection of the environment. Today, our earth is faced with drastic circumstances due to pollution … Read More

Solar power will be cheaper than coal by 2020

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

Is it possible that solar power will be more cost effective than coal in 12 years? It seems like a pipe dream, but the US government along with huge investors like Goldman Sachs, Chevron, and Google seem to think it’s a little better … Read More

Westlake students try out solar-powered cars (The Plain Dealer)

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

UPDATED: 04 :52 a.m. EDT, May 31, 2008 Steve Gronda, also known as Taywanoka, which means “flying arrow,” holds up cedar before placing it in a fire during a healing and cleansing ceremony held in the Cove of the Bay development in Danbury Twp. May 28, 2008. When homes were being constructed a few years [...]

Tips for saving green at the pump (The Newton Kansan)

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

While the world-record of 3,145 miles per gallon car built by a team from the University of British Columbia is unavailable for purchase, as are solar cars that participate in the annual North American Solar Challenge, there are ways to get the best possible gas mileage out of your current car. Here are some tips: [...]

Smart cars, stupid people (Rocky Mount Telegram)

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

The gas prices being what they are these days, my husband has been trying to find ways in which he would not have to participate in the “gas game” as he calls it. Read More

Tiny crystals to cut cost of solar power

Friday, May 30th, 2008

Australian scientists have produced unique tiny crystals that could revolutionise the way we harvest the sun’s energy and provide affordable solar power. Read More

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