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Tidal lagoon energy in the UK

Tidal lagoon energy in the UK

Tidal lagoon energy is on its way in the UK, with a $1.6bn project.

By | Jan 16, 2017|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: |

World’s First Solar Panel Road in France

World’s first solar panel road created in the village Tourouvre-au-Perche, in Normandy, France.

By | Dec 23, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: , |

New super Batteries could be charged in seconds

Scientists created a new material could be used to create new efficient super batteries, with in seconds charging.

By | Dec 9, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: |

Zero emission Hydrogen Fuel Cell Train

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This zero emission hydrogen fuel cell train, exhausts clean water.  Germany could have this incredible train in a year.

By | Dec 7, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: , |

World’s largest Solar Power Plant unveiled in India

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The world’s largest solar power plant unveiled in one of the world’s top polluting countries.

By | Dec 2, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: , |

Gigantic Solar Farm in Africa could be Powering Europe

Gigantic Solar Farm in Africa

A gigantic solar farm in a Moroccan desert, in Africa, could be powering Europe.

By | Dec 1, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: |

SolarCity and Tesla Power a whole Island

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SolarCity and Tesla power with solar energy the whole island of Ta’u.

By | Nov 23, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|

Elon Musk unveiled his brand new Solar Roof

Solar Roof

Elon Musk unveiled his new solar roof system along with a 14 kWh second generation Powerwall battery.

By | Nov 1, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: , , |

Global Energy Efficiency

Global Energy Efficiency

Controlling and reducing energy consumption has become a priority of governments around the world in recent years. Take a look at this interesting infographic

By | Oct 11, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: , |

Growing Vegetables in the Desert using only Sun and Seawater

Growing Vegetables in the Desert using only Sun and Seawater

Australian farm grows 17,000 tons of vegetables every year in the desert, using only sun and seawater.

By | Oct 11, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: |


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