Once upon a time, the grid was the only place to go for cheap, sustainable power. But if you live somewhere that the grid doesn't yet reach, that's no longer the case.
Your AC might become unnecessary as thermo-biometals teach buildings to breathe.
ECHO Farm grows more than crops.
The Japanese government has just unveiled plans to decrease its dependence on nuclear energy and turn to something far less volatile: wind.
The futbol crazed Catalans have onventing something called green concrete, where the 'green' in green concrete is literal, as fungus and algae grow inside it.
A sports equipment maker reports it has slowly been installing its power harvesting gym equipment across the country.
An architecture lab thinks they've got a solution to help Greece back on its feet. Introducing Aktina, the urban productivity hotspot.
The best ideas for new green energy solutions will likely come in the form of passive technologies that don't require the public to drastically change their lifestyles.
Solar power solutions have become popular for their utility as back-up power generators, especially for camping and outdoor activities when an electrical outlet may be hours away. But such solutions don't always need to be dedicated solely to serious considerations of survival off the grid: snowboarders need power too.
In recent years, media experts have been predicting the death of paper as a means for transmitting information in business and amongst friends. But one company is determined to make sure that paper not only survives, but merges with USB technology in an innovative way that could give the medium a whole new lease on life.