Foster + Partners unveil Lusail solar-powered world cup stadium for Qatar

October 7, 2010 by  
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Eco Factor: Energy-efficient football stadium with solar canopies. The FIFA World Cup may be over, but the obsession and affection for the game is such that nations have already battling it out for one that starts in 12 years. Qatar is bidding to host the World Cup in 2022, and getting the “Lusail Iconic Stadium” design at this point in time is certainly an added advantage

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OFIS Arhitekti’s green mixed-use building looks almost alive

October 7, 2010 by  
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Eco Factor: Mixed-use building with terraces that flaunt beautiful green plants. A new mixed-use green building will soon make a remarkable sight right in the heart of Ljubljana, between the park and main Ljubljana pedestrian commercial street. OFIS Arhitekti’s ingenious design the “Shopping Pillow Terraces” has recently received approval from the city council of Slovenian capitol Ljubljana.

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Cruise Car introduces ‘All American’ line of solar electric low speed vehicles

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Eco Factor: Solar electric cars made using up to 50 percent recycled or certified re-manufactured parts and materials.

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Nokia E-Cu: Now let the heat in your pocket do the charging!

October 7, 2010 by  
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Eco factor: Eco-friendly cell phone concept can be charged by the heat of surrounding objects. London designer Patrick Hyland has a sizzling hot concept to heat up the cell phone market this season.

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