We review Visible Energy’s UFO, a device that monitors power consumption and provides energy control of each of its four outlets through an app.
For this solar gadget roundup, we take a look at three devices: a solar powered Bluetooth speaker, solar Bluetooth speakerphone and solar backup battery/charger.
Energy solutions company EcoWatt announced its XRP-Lite, a residential and small commercial device that “guarantees” a 15% reduction in utility bills.
The Nature Conservancy and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative are partnering on a project to keep the sourcing of woody waste products responsible.
A machine developed by Markus Kayser harnesses solar power to melt sand into three dimensional objects. Perhaps a new sandcastle making scheme is next?
A U.K. business park now features a ground mounted solar array that is said to be one of the first of its kind in the country.
Google has released a report that gives some indication as to what economic role clean energy may play in the world’s near future.
Crestron has announced five new amplifiers that deliver plenty of power, but with reduced energy consumption and in a smaller package.
New Zealand announces that renewable energy now accounts for 79% of its electricity generation, with indications that number will grow significantly, and soon.
A new set of iPhone and iPad speaker docks are made entirely of wood, totally passive and promise natural amplification of built-in iPhone and iPad speakers.
This DIY green project uses a solar panel, some LED lights and glass blocks to create a solar powered and lighted walkway that will likely be a party talk topic.