There’s lots of new green technology at the Consumer Electronics Show, including a huge concentration in the so-called Sustainable Planet area. Join EarthTechling as we check this cool green tech out!
A new study published by Stanford University finds that solar irrigation systems have the potential to improve both household nutrition and income in sub-Saharan Africa.
Danish researchers have determined a way in which to use laser-based technology to improve electrical energy generation efficiency in giant wind turbines.
Hydrogen fuel cell technology company Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies is unveiling this week the Hydrofill, the world’s first personal hydrogen station for in-home usage.
The BigBelly Solar Trash Compactor looks like a regular street-side garbage can but uses solar energy to five times as much trash, reducing the carbon emissions associated with municipal garbage collection.
EarthTechling, a growing online consumer publication focused on green technology, thanks its readers for a wonderful 2009 and looks forward to a great 2010 and beyond.
A 100-foot wind turbine has been hoisted up at Vermont’s Burlington International Airport, providing both renewable energy and a sight to see for planes on final approach.