The D.light Kiran solar lantern is one of those interesting examples of what happens when low cost ingenuity meets high tech innovation in the green gadgets space.
A new digital clock with alarm from Bedol is notable for the fact it is entirely water-powered, functioning on electricity harvested from water ions for up to 12 weeks at a time.
An upstart cab company out of Arizona is doing something few other taxi outfits are doing nationwide – using 100 percent hybrids across its entire fleet.
Start up EcoFactor is breaking into the smart grid market with a smart, two-way communicating thermostat which lets utilities help consumers make better energy usage decisions.
Green gadgets and related green technologies will be getting more dedicated floor space at the upcoming 2010 Consumer Electronics Show as popularity for this category continues to grow.
GE is getting set to bring to market a hybrid water heater which collects heat from the air around it and transfers that to the water, improving energy efficiency and saving some $$ in the process.
New Energy Technologies is continuing development of a technology which collects the kinetic energy of moving vehicles passing over special plates in the ground and converts it to electricity.