AeroVelo Unveils Plans to Build the World’s Fastest Bicycle

June 23, 2014 by  
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Canada-based AeroVelo just launched a Kickstarter campaign to build the world’s fastest bicycle! Last year, AeroVelo narrowly missed winning the World Human-Powered Speed Challenge in Battle Mountain, Nevada, but they are confident their new design will be able to reach speeds of around 140 kilometers (87 miles) an hour. Read the rest of AeroVelo Unveils Plans to Build the World’s Fastest Bicycle Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aerodynamic design , AeroVelo , Battle Mountain Nevada , bicycle , bike , Bluenose , Cameron Robertson , canada , Crowdfunding , ETA , kickstarter , speed record , Todd Reichert , University of Toronto , World Human-Powered Speed Challenge , world’s fastest bicycle , world’s fastest bike

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Solaleya Domespace Homes Gently Rotate to Catch the Most Sun

June 23, 2014 by  
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Community Solar Gardens Bring Affordable Green Energy to the Masses

June 23, 2014 by  
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A new trend is springing up across the country that’s making affordable solar energy increasingly available to the masses. Community solar gardens allow customers who aren’t able to establish their own solar power systems to buy into a solar array built elsewhere and get a credit on their electricity bill for the power produced by the panels. These arrangements that allow people to not only cut their power bills but also switch to more green energy first emerged in Colorado, but have since spread across the country – with laws allowing the projects to progress through legislatures in California, Minnesota and Washington D.C., and one on the books since 2008 in Massachusetts – where the trend is currently taking flight . Read the rest of Community Solar Gardens Bring Affordable Green Energy to the Masses Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “solar energy” , colorado , Colorado solar farms , communal solar energy , community , community solar gardens , garden , gardens , Massachusetts , New York. , power , solar , solar farms , Solar Power

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