A novel ‘energy kite,’ which only uses about 1/10 of the material a conventional wind system would use, is being currently developed by Makani.
General Electric has teamed up with Quirky, a New York-based startup, to launch what they call “the world’s smartest air conditioner”.
In what seems to be straight out of a sci-fi movie, efforts are currently underway to have flexible photovoltaic fibers in fabrics to harvest solar energy. A separate project looks to capture kinetic energy from clothing.
A collaborative effort in UK has developed a new technique to turn urine into electricity using microbial fuel cells (MFCs).
Researchers at Michigan State University have developed a new type of solar concentrator that allows people to actually see through the window while creating solar energy.
In a recent report, the International Energy Agency has estimated that common electronic devices like TVs, printers, game consoles, etc. waste $80 billion of power a year due to inefficient technology.
This article from The Global Warming Policy Foundation and Dr.