DIY: Rick's Cheap Solar Panel Installation Powers His Home

A lot of people want to be green in using energy but they don't know where to start, or they don't have enough money/time at their disposal to actually start making something useful.

Top 4 Energy Drains in US Households (and How to Greenify Them)

You only have so many hours in the day, so it makes sense to look at the biggest energy wasters in your home before...

How to Make Graphene from Pencils and Washing Liquid

There is not a single week that passes without the magic word, graphene, making its presence in the news. Ever since the discovery of...

How to Use an Exhaust Heat Recovery System to Charge up your Phone

Although the world is constantly moving towards cleaner and greener means of transportation, a complete transition to these kinds of transport is still years...

DIY: How to Make a Coca Cola-based Battery

Here's a method of producing a battery out of some Cola, salt, aluminum and copper coins. It lights a LED and it can be an interesting source of free energy!

DIY: How to Build a Solar Furnace from a Satellite Dish

This is about how to build a solar furnace out of a satellite antenna dish and mirror broken in many pieces. As you may know, satellite dishes have a focal point (that is a point in which the electromagnetic energy focuses at its maximum power).

How to Make Your Office Greener and Cut Energy Bills

The financial crisis, which began in 2008 and is still picking up speed in many countries around the world, clearly affects the small businesses....

DIY Solar Cell from Tea and Donuts

The Holy Grail of energy has been, is, and will be the solar power. Numerous solutions of converting solar power have existed along the centuries, and people have always used the Sun to power things up, except for the last hundred years or so - that's the main reason we all got into troubles with mother nature.

Hydroelectric Generator: How to Build a Small One

If you want to produce electricity using a river near your home, the best way you can do it is to build a small-scale hydroelectric generator. Often called as a low-impact hydro, micro-hydro or run-of-stream hydro generator, this system is not very hard to build.

How to Build Your Own Water Car at Home

In July 2005, an American mechanic released most of the details of his simple conversion system which allows an ordinary car to use water...