GE wants to recycle CO2 pollution into energy stored in huge solar batteries

March 10, 2016 by  
Filed under Green, Recycle

Comments Off on GE wants to recycle CO2 pollution into energy stored in huge solar batteries

The war between fossil fuels and renewable energy is very real when it comes to their respective environmental impact. But it may no longer be an ‘all or nothing’ situation. Rather than completely replacing coal-fired power plants with wind or solar energy plants, General Electric aims to combine the two by capturing carbon dioxide emissions from coal power plants and using it to create enormous solar batteries . Sounds a little crazy, but could it be the best of both worlds? Read the rest of GE wants to recycle CO2 pollution into energy stored in huge solar batteries

More here:
GE wants to recycle CO2 pollution into energy stored in huge solar batteries

Innovative prefab homes in London let you design the interior before moving in

March 10, 2016 by  
Filed under Green

Comments Off on Innovative prefab homes in London let you design the interior before moving in

Read the rest of Innovative prefab homes in London let you design the interior before moving in

Read the rest here: 
Innovative prefab homes in London let you design the interior before moving in

Here’s what the environmentally-friendly cemetery of the future could look like

March 10, 2016 by  
Filed under Green

Comments Off on Here’s what the environmentally-friendly cemetery of the future could look like

Did you know there is a DeathLab at Columbia University ? Operating under the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation , DeathLab pursues sustainable designs for futuristic cemeteries, and they recently won a design competition for a concept that would turn the traditional cemetery into a beautiful memorial forest lit by a constellation of biomass-powered “stars.” Not only would the idea be a beautiful way to memorialize a loved one, but it is also much more environmentally friendly than our current system. Read the rest of Here’s what the environmentally-friendly cemetery of the future could look like

Here is the original post: 
Here’s what the environmentally-friendly cemetery of the future could look like

Kyocera starts construction on the ‘world’s largest floating solar farm’ in Japan

January 28, 2016 by  
Filed under Green

Comments Off on Kyocera starts construction on the ‘world’s largest floating solar farm’ in Japan

Japan may be lacking in real estate, since the entire country is smaller than the state of California, but that’s not stopping them from building an enormous solar farm. The Asian nation has begun work on a floating solar power farm that will generate enough electricity for 5,000 homes. Multinational electronics company Kyocera is behind the project, which boasts the designation of being the world’s biggest floating solar farm. Read the rest of Kyocera starts construction on the ‘world’s largest floating solar farm’ in Japan

Go here to read the rest: 
Kyocera starts construction on the ‘world’s largest floating solar farm’ in Japan

Bad Behavior has blocked 3028 access attempts in the last 7 days.