Power Paper

‘Power Paper’ – Story Of A Paper That Can Store Electricity

Power Paper, created by the researchers of Sweden’s Linköping University, is showing an outstanding ability in storing energy, which can later be used to recharge...

ZTE Coral 200: The $40 Eco-Friendly Solar Powered Phone

Until now many of us know about Samsung's environment friendly phone, Blue Earth. It is made of recycled plastic, and the difference between it and other devices is that it can recharge itself, as it is equipped with solar panels.

Infrared-Harvesting Solar Cells Made Entirely from Carbon Invented at MIT

MIT researcher Michael Strano, previously involved in projects like thermopower waves, carbon nanotube energy storage and others related to carbon nanotubes, discovered a new...

Panasonic’s New Solar Powered Lantern Addresses the Poor, Replaces Kerosene Lamps

The latest technology of giant gadget maker Panasonic is the so-called Solar LED Lantern, a gadget that not only provides light and can charge phones, but...

$70 Thermostat proves the power of open-source technology

Although every big corporation and patent troll would tell you otherwise, the open source model is one of the surest paths to technological innovation and progress....

“Bipolar” LED Lamps Made from Recycled Wine Glasses

Unwanted wine glasses can now be turned into lovely LED lamps thanks to the Canadian designer Tat Chao. The "bipolar" lamps are created from...

Dallas Implements Mandatory Green Building Standards, Paves Way for Rest of US

Dallas, Texas… Who would have thought Dallas would be on its way to becoming one of the greenest cities in the United States? Surprisingly, green...

Elon Musk Commits to Solve the Flint Water Crisis

It was 2014 when the Flint water crisis started. It was caused by changing the source of drinking water from Lake Huron and the...

How To Make a 3D Printer While Reducing E-waste

The alarming rate of production of various electronics and high-tech gadgets, and respectfully the ever-so-growing amount of e-waste that is being generated, calls for...

Your Home`s Excess Heat Could Get Recovered by New Cheap Machine

This article doesn't talk about huge producers of energy, or doesn't mention the use of any prime matter to create energy, but instead it focuses on recycled one. Ener-G-Rotors, a company based in Schenectady, NY, is developing a heat recycler that can work with lower quantities of heat, under 150°C, unlike those of the competitors, aimed only to the higher-class, industrial energy producing stations.