Middlebury College; U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Competition
Congratulations Middlebury Solar Decathlon Team! They won our popular vote and will be featured on PBS in a few weeks. See why they won!
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How much energy could we save by installing photovoltaic panels onto electrical poles?
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
Advanced Plasma Industries (API) is an innovative technology research & development company based in Maryland, U.S.A. Our expertise centers on plasma research and extends to numerous additional areas.
America's favorite pastime is going green! At the home of the Seattle Mariners, officials were having trouble getting fans to put their leftover food in compost bins instead of trash cans. So what did they do? They made everything -- cups,... Read More
Keep It Green
Companies in the renewable-energy and clean tech arena are pioneers in leading the world into a cleaner future. But they can’t do anything to change the dirty past. Right? Wrong. Many of these green companies are not only setting the world on a... Read More
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Planet Forward met up with Bill Nye at the Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision Awards last week. See the first item on his #EnergyToDo list. Tell us yours on twitter. (@Planet_Forward)
Middlebury College; U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Competition
This summer the Middlebury Solar Decathlon team is building a 100% solar-powered home to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011. The biennial competition draws 20 collegiate teams from all over the world to showcase solar... Read More
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Envision Solar seeks to provide low-cost, solar-powered micro housing to victims of natural disasters. Can factory-made homes accelerate the rebuilding process in devastated communities?