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Generating solar energy from non-traditional locations on buildings such as side paneling will soon be more possible via a new solar paneling technology being tested in Florida.
The pavement you walk on may someday generate energy enough to power the lights around where you step, if energy harvesting trials from a company in the U.K. pan out.
First Wind, a wind power company, unveiled this week the first completed phase of a large scale wind farm in Utah which will generate power for homes in the West.
A huge solar-paneled project rising up on an Air Force base in Arizona is set to become the country’s largest solar-powered community to date, generating 75 percent of its power needs.
Toshiba was recently showcasing a new portable fuel cell charger as an alternative energy source for very power hungry mobile consumer electronics, such as cell phones.
Solar panel thefts are apparently a growing issue, according to recent media reports, offering chances for companies like EarthSure to develop “solar security” systems.