These Solar Panel Platforms Can Float on the Ocean


Solar power farms are a great idea, but not all countries have enough land to build them in a sufficient size. Enter floating solar power plants and you have a solution. These can be built on lakes and ponds, as well as water reservoirs where they have the benefit of preventing water evaporation and algae overgrowth. (more…)

By |April 27th, 2016|Green Tech|0 Comments

This Plant Will Charge Your Phone


All sorts of ingenious little renewable charging devices are popping up lately, mainly since our energy consumption needs have shifted toward having to charge small gadgets, a task that can easily be handled by such devices. The so-called Bioo plant is one of the more ingenious offerings in this area. It is a potted plant that can generate enough juice to charge your smartphone up to 3 times per day. (more…)

By |April 27th, 2016|Green Tech|0 Comments

Small Hydroponics System Brings Clean Air and Greenery to Your Home or Office


The company Aqua Design Innovations has recently released the so-called EcoQube Air, which is a small hydroponics green house, perfect for those wishing to bring a little greenery into their apartment or office, which goes beyond just owning a plant. EcoQube Air also offers light therapy and provides oxygen. (more…)

By |April 5th, 2016|Green Tech|1 Comment

A Promising New Way to Clean Our Oceans


It’s no secret that we don’t take care of our oceans as well as we should. In the past, there have been quite a few projects aimed at cleaning up the trash and other harmful pollutants from the ocean. The so-called Seabin Project is one such undertaking, and even though it is pretty small-scale it is nevertheless very promising. (more…)

By |January 14th, 2016|Green Tech|0 Comments

Green Toilet Turns Waste into Electricity and Clean Water


Researchers at Cranfield University, UK, have come up with a green toilet, which is cheap, easy to maintain, needs no water to operate, and is capable of turning human excrement into electricity and clean water. (more…)

By |January 12th, 2016|Green Tech|0 Comments

Homes Store Solar Power as Hydrogen for Later Use


While solar panels are a great source of renewable energy for a home, a lot of it is wasted, since the need for power is not always constant. A battery array is one way to solve this, but a series of homes recently built in Chiang Mai, Thailand, presents a different and cleaner solution. (more…)

By |January 11th, 2016|Green Tech|3 Comments