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Wind energy has long been championed as a clean, renewable, and bountiful alternative to fossil fuels. After installing hundreds of wind turbines throughout the United States over the past few decades, creating a capacity of nearly 42,000 Mega Watts (MW), … Continue reading
Eco-friendly urban renewal has special secondary benefits aside from simply being eco-friendly. It can attract people to the area, and consequently increases economic activity, property values, and the number of projects coming into the area. The High Line in New … Continue reading
The words we choose to use nowadays can have a profound effect on what we actually are trying to say. This is especially the case when discussing new types of energy technologies that have been emerging over the past decade. … Continue reading
Bloom Energy’s Bloom Box is a new, innovative fuel cell that provides clean and cheap power. AT&T has recently joined other large corporations in using Bloom Boxes for power, though the Boxes are still far too expensive for most American households.
With US job creation stalling this past June, Americans and businesses around the world are looking everywhere to find the solution to their economic woes. The past few months have been filled with much talk in the media about the … Continue reading
The Obama administration’s push for higher fuel efficiency and emissions standards for all vehicles in the United States is meeting doubts from auto manufacturers. Will Americans accept smaller, more expensive cars for the sake of higher fuel efficiency?
Despite Google PowerMeter and Microsoft Hohm’s efforts to reduce home owners’ energy use, a lack of consumer response caused the services to be shut down. Why?
One of the comments on our Buenos Aires post last week mentioned community gardens in the United States, so we thought it would be interesting to see what sorts of community gardening initiatives are being carried out here in Buenos … Continue reading