Five Green Tech – New Year’s Resolutions for 2016

Looking for New Year's resolutions? Here are five green suggestions. It is that time of the year again, wen we look in retrospect, we analyze...

USS Zumwalt Brings Electric Power Systems to the Battlefield

The next stage in modern Naval warfare is upon us with the recent unveiling of the USS Zumwalt DDG 1000, a highly advanced Destroyer-class...

New Carbon Collecting Car – Really That Green?

Georgia Institute of Technology has created a concept of a car in a pretty new polluting fashion: it uses petrol as a fuel, but...
The BNSF HH 1205, a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Locomotive Developed in Topeka, Kansas

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Locomotive Gains Ground in Multiple Applications

Natural gas becoming more abundant doesn't necessarily leave the hydrogen fuel cell locomotive without a track forward. More likely, hydrails will continue to grow...

Oceanlinx Harvesting Australian Wave Power Very Efficiently

Oceanlinx has started since few years ago a renewable energy project based on wave energy. The device is a Oscillating Water Column which was first deployed in 2005 but this had undergone planned refurbishment and modifications this year. Today the device is again up and running and can generate from 100 Kw up to 1.5 MW, depending on the waves and requirements from consumers.

US to Have 88 Gigawatts of Residential Demand Flexibility by 2023

A recent Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables report forecasts that by 2023 the United Stated will reach 88 gigawatts of residential flexibility potential. Flexibility (also called...

Clean Energy Sources Will Provide 26% Electricity by 2020

Despite the push for clean energy sources over the past couple years, it is still easy to get discouraged by climate change. There is still so...

Utah-Based Company Digging Underground Compressed Air Batteries

Underground caverns may have never been seen as energy containers, but a Utah-based private equity group promises to use them filled with compressed air to generate electricity the classic way - by spinning a turbine.

Cool: Solar Gardens Can Host Your Solar Panels So You Don’t Have To

In the past few years, the number of households that have turned to rooftop solar has risen exponentially. The obvious reasons behind this are...

Japan Plans to Deploy Space-Based Solar Power Station

JAXA, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, wants to compete with the United States' PG&E project for collecting solar power from outer space and beam it on Earth through clusters of lasers and microwaves.