Sanyo Pedal Juice introduced

by Edwin

Sanyo is well known for their line of Eneloop products that comprise mainly of rechargeable batteries that work right out of the box, alongside a bicycle that has a built-in battery to help you tackle those mean uphill slopes if you happen to live in areas like San Francisco. Well, here is yet another effort from the Japanese electronics giant to keep the earth green in the form of the …

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Giant solar plant planned for the Sahara, to power Europe

by Mark R

I just heard this quote from my Source, and I really hope that it is true. If a mere 1% of the Sahara Desert were covered in solar panels, enough energy would be generated to power the entire world. Man, I wish that I could prove that! I mean, I probably could with a little study, then a little math, but if it is true, then all that desert out …

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Let the Weedoo clean up that BP Oil Spill

by Mark R

If there is one thing I just don’t want to hear about anymore, it is that darn BP oil spill. I’m getting tired of hearing stats like “150 million gallons and counting” and want to hear more things like “we cleaned up 20 million gallons today” or something. I don’t understand why there aren’t more things like Kevin Costner’s device being implemented. It’s enough to make me want to go …

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Energenie kills power to gadgets for you

by Ally

When it comes to energy conservation there are a whole lot of small gadgets that you can choose from.  There are several that do nothing more than let you know just how much energy is being sucked away by leaving the device plugged in all the time.  Hey, if it works to motivate you then it’s worth it to have the stats handy.  However, if that’s not quite enough for …

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LED Bulb attempts to replace kerosene lamps

by Ally

Apparently 1.6 billion people still rely on kerosene lamps to give them light.  Which for those people the kerosene is expensive enough to suck up 5% of the family’s income.  Plus to make it worse the kerosene gives off noxious cancer-causing fumes.  Well Nokero is attempting to help out those dependent on kerosene and is offering an affordable light that relys upon renewable energy to help them save a whole …

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Ecotek Energy Wizard saves energy

by Ally

A lot of appliances currently created are a lot more mindful of their energy usage.  However, for those of us using old appliances or ones from companies that just don’t care about that sort of thing, there is a bit of hope.  The Energy Wizard is intended to make sure that your appliance doesn’t suck up quite so much energy as it normally would.  Of course these Ecotek Energy Wizards …

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Nokia Bike Charger kit

by Edwin

We’re not too sure whether having the Nokia Bike Charger kit is a good thing or not, especially if you are one who just cannot get enough of your phone even when going up and about on two wheels. The Nokia Bike Charger kit is pretty self explanatory – it will juice up your Nokia handset whenever you are cycling, and this won’t add to your monthly power bill since …

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Car-shaped house is unusual, but quite energy-efficient

by Mark R

Okay, just picture having this house in your neighborhood. Chances are, the guy living in it would probably be someone that most would avoid, because he is, after all, living out of his car. That’s only because must suburbanites are too judgmental. If they really got to know this house, then they would see that it uses a “a ‘3 liter’ energy-efficient heating and insulation technique that optimizes all current …

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