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Researchers from the California Institute of Technology have created a prototype for a solar-powered sanitation system that can be used in remote parts of the planet that are not currently served by municipal sewage systems. Caltech's prototype,... Read More
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Battery-powered homes should be the norm. Why? Well, just look at the weeks without power millions experienced in the Midwest this summer of 2012 under extreme heat after severe storms damaged parts of the deteriorating power grid. While there isn't... Read More
Most commuters in urban areas drive to work a distance of less than 15 miles, one-way. Most of these are single passengers in vehicles designed to carry up to 5 passengers. If a vehicle was available that was sufficiently comfortable but used much... Read More
Planet Forward
from the National Renewable Energy Lab
By Madeline Twomey & Juliette Dallas-Feeney. Arlington, VA school-teacher Gail Carten explains her participation in GM's Project Driveway- a test market of the hydrogen fuel-cell car, which produces zero emissions. Fall 2009.
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Is the car of the future or a waste of good R&D money. Take a look at decide!