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Vesta Wind Systems' Share Price Plummets 30% As Green Tech Reels From Low Oil Prices

(Can we have a collective sympathetic, “Ahhhhhhh” for Vestas? — DQ)

Holly Ellyatt — Energy Future — December 19, 2014

The green energy market is fast becoming the latest to fall victim to the precipitous fall in global oil prices, as investors shun eco-friendly tech companies.

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Anagnorisis -- Ignorance To Knowledge

Energy Conservation at Home Needs Real Time Data

In the United States, sustainable progress most often takes the form of ways to engineer a more efficient version of the status quo. Products that allow for a reduction in net resource use while allowing customers to live the same way are seen as a win/win. 1,231 more words

Sustainability

All Aboard The Poop Express: There's A Bus In The UK That's Powered Entirely By Sh*t

“All aboard the poo bus!” is a phrase folks in the UK will actually be able to utter, thanks to a new mode of public transportation that’s powered entirely by human waste. 225 more words

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Shocker: Top Google Engineers Say Renewable Energy 'Simply won't work'

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

A research effort by Google corporation to make renewable energy viable has been a complete failure, according to the scientists who led the programme. 478 more words

Green Tech

Disposable Phone Batteries Have Revolutionary Potential

If you, dear reader, are anything like I am, your phone dies all the time. It is the bane of your existence. Leaving you lost and alone in the world, unable to find your way around or communicate with anyone. 455 more words

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Solar trees are taking root around the world

Sologic’s sustainable eTree provides free electricity, free WiFi and even cool water for you and your pet. Plus, each eTree connects to other eTrees, allowing people across the world to video chat.

Glow in the dark cycling path

Some cities in the Netherlands are putting glow-in-the-dark cycling paths in. It makes the paths safer, but it’s energy neutral! This would be great for walking and running, as well. 17 more words

Mark Masselli