The U.S. Departments Interior and Energy plan to jointly study ways to see how low-impact methods of hydro power generation can be considered across the nation.
The new Evolute toilet designed by a duo of Australian inventors employs a water-friendly design that promises savings of 50,000 liters of water per year, per Evolute installation.
Bourne Energy’s portable Backpack Power Plant is a portable hydroelectric generator that weighs less than 25 pounds, produces 600 megawatts of electricity, and collapses into a backpack-sized case.
A new hydrokinetic product called the ECO-Auger uses tapered helical leads rather than sharp blades to convert moving water into electricity without destroying habitat or disrupting marine wildlife.