Google says it will reach 100% renewable resource for its worldwide companies in 2017

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Google has been participated in by a variety of other big internet companies in seeking green energy for 100% renewable resource. Elsewhere, Microsoft recently revealed its major wind energy purchase, to this day, a 237-megawatt farm to power its Wyoming data center. Apple, too, has been purchasing solar farms, and Facebook joins the process of developing a… Read more »

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15 Water Saving Tips for Green Living

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Water Saving Tips

Water is insufficient in many portions of the world and we here are misusing it like anything. Not deliberately however, but rather subconsciously the waste of dash will mean gallons of water. No big surprise, a day may come and we’ll be battling for some water seeing the darker side of life. Thus, as a… Read more »

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Why Go Solar? Top Advantages of Solar Power for the Home

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Benefits Solar power at home

When you choose to use solar energy you encounter a wide variety of conveniences that help you live a greener, more economical life. Here are just a few of the advantages of changing over to solar power for your house power needs. Benefit 1: You minimize your electricity bills. Obviously, you won’t be able to… Read more »

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What is meant by recycle of waste materials?

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Recycle of waste materials

When you thing about recycle of waste materials, have you ever bothered checking your daily waste disposal bags? Just to see if what all you are throwing away is actually a waste or it can be recycled in some way or the other. Most of us don’t think so or would consider that what we… Read more »

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Characteristics of an Eco-Friendly Home

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Eco-Friendly Home

As the harmful effects being put on the earth by us is becoming more and more aware. Individuals are starting to become more responsible and are changing their lives to undo the irresponsible human tasks that are causing the harm, however, inevitable. But there are lots of ways and methods that you can use to… Read more »

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Solar Energy: The Future Is Now

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Solar Energy - The Future Is Now

For decades, solar energy has been touted as a different power source. Increasingly, however, solar is standing toe to toe with traditional power sources as a viable, cost-effective option for electricity. When solar energy surges onto the scene in the 1980s, nobody was making an economic case for including it in America’s utility electric fleet…. Read more »

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4 Ideas the Technological World Is Fighting Global Warming

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4 Ideas the Technological World Is Fighting Global Warming

Al Gore’s documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, debuted 10 years ago this year. See what is being done in the tech world to work to prevent the detrimental effects of global warming climate change. It all kinda started off with a flip chart. Then, a slideshow, and eventually a movie. But really, it started with the… Read more »

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Smart cities: the coming future of sustainable living

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Smart cities: the coming future of sustainable living

As digital technologies get more and more integrated into our way of life, these smart cities offer a peek into the near future of sustainable living. Vincent Callebaut of Callebaut Architects has created smart towers that could be the future of glitzy city of Paris. The proposal, titled 2050 paris smart city, showcases eight different… Read more »

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This amazing solar cell is light and so thin, it’ll happily rest on a soap bubble

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Solar Cell at Soap Bubble

Scientists have made a solar cell that’s light and so thin, it can happily rest on a soap bubble without popping it. The solar cells, which have been made using flexible parylene, have a much improved power-to-weight ration of 6-watts per gram, which is about 400 times greater. Imagine the potential of tiny solar cells… Read more »

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