Engineering

If it gets built, there's an engineer involved somewhere. Check out some ideas on engineering the things we use everyday to be cleaner and more efficient.

The fact that the world has been dependent on oil for energy in the past years has created various environmental problems worldwide particularly the increased of carbon emissions. To help in solving these environmental concerns, Spectrum Blue Steel... Read More
This Rabbit may run on grease, but it sure is quick! Meet the Greasecar VW Rabbit TDI, which runs on recycled vegetable oil and competes in rallycross events. While converting grease to fuel hasn't gone mainstream yet, plenty of everyday drivers as... Read More
Planet Forward
On the one hand, it's a positive sign for renewable fans... a small family business making a go of it in solar and wind power. This Long Island family has been installing small-scale solar and wind energy packages in back yards, reducing homeowner’s... Read More
Planet Forward
EnerG2, a Seattle-based company has just opened a new plant in Albany, Oregon. The goal? Creating high-tech batteries to be used in ultracapacitators. These new batteries are aiming to be both more efficient and longer-lasting. The end goal is to... Read More
Utilize the current of moving water to generate electricity. By placing water powered electric generators in the main currents of water ways electric generators can produce power to generate batteries for electric cars and other use. To make the... Read More
Electric Refrigerators, at least in suitable climes, should be vented outside in warm weather and use cold air from the outside in cold weather. To have refrigerator compressors laboring in extracting cold air from air we have paid to heat when the... Read More
http://www.greenpowerscience.com/ This is a very simple Hydrogen Generator. Watch the end, there are some cool ignitions. EXPLOSION.
Rep. Brian Baird (D-WA) speaking about how we can make housing more energy efficient. Filmed at a July 27, 2010 event held by the Environmental and Energy Study Institute. More information is available at http://www.eesi.org/072710_efficiency.
Green Roads TV was on hand to capture and participate in Solutions Lab 2010 in Washington DC. Solution Lab series provides leading thinkers and " doers" from businesses, academia and organizations with the opportunity to explore the next generation... Read More
Verdant Power is turning Manhattan's East River into a testing ground for a hydro electricity project that could show the world that you don't need dams or raging rivers to create an urban source of hydro power. The company uses underwater turbines... Read More

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