The 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is the electric version of a micro car. Electric cars have become a topic of discussion with a long list of pros and cons for and against. Without a doubt, an electric car can be cheaper to operate, cleaner to run with little to no emissions, and overall much quieter to… Continue reading Is the 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV leading the electric car evolution?
Aston Martin has been called many things for keeping their Le Mans race cars purely gas powered compared to many of their competitors who use diesel or hybrids. The racing circuit is extremely balanced and has been for years, meaning that the need for increased diversity in technology is a must-have from every angle. They… Continue reading Aston Martin leapfrogs racing competition with a ‘cool’ solar idea
On April 20, 2010, the world watched in desperate shock as the Deepwater Horizon oil rig was engulfed in flames. Over the next three months, oil filled the Gulf of Mexico from the seabed below, causing ecological damage that some say will never be fully healed. Today, BP, the company that has been held responsible… Continue reading 3 years after Deepwater Horizon disaster, BP turns focus towards future of American energy
Energy is all around us. Even the smallest particles that we cannot see without a microscope have the potential to unleash enough energy to destroy large portions of the world. There’s a huge gas ball that rises over our east horizon every morning, unseen wind currents that can turn power-capturing turbines, and good ol’ fossil… Continue reading Getting creative with energy production
Most people don’t bother to think about how automated our society is. So many basic utilities that are necessary for our society to function are working around the clock without any human assistance. Technological advancements and the growing transition to renewable energy are quickly turning our society into a completely automated mechanism. Power stations that… Continue reading The data collecting robot in the seas from Liquid Robotics
While popular programs like The Walking Dead let you believe your biggest obstacles during a zombie apocalypse would be biters and unfriendly survivors, in reality it takes a lot more than that! Zombie apocalypse survivors need a lot of skills to make it through the initial onset, as well as the months and years ahead.… Continue reading Green innovations that will help you survive the zombie apocalypse
The idea of “going green” is to be friendlier to the environment, to utilize renewable energy instead of fossil fuels, and the control man-made emissions that prevent the harmful spread of waste into the environment. A group of scientists at Panasonic are developing artificial photosynthesis technology that can help towards all three green goals. The… Continue reading Artificial photosynthesis is literally a green way to solve energy challenges
The environmental movement has long had its sights on the automotive industry as a central point of change. They have pushed the idea that gas-guzzlers are one of the main culprits in the war on the environment and that if we change our ways to alternative energy sources, we can improve the world around us.… Continue reading Health, environmental improvements eyed in shift to electric vehicles
The product isn’t new. The concept has been around for a while. The need will be around for much longer if we don’t look more closely at it. Power. It’s the one thing that nearly every device, gadget, and piece of equipment in the world needs. We get power from different sources but in most… Continue reading Duracell Powermat commercial brings up a good point
There was a lot of excitement surrounding the merger of Duke Energy and Progress Energy last year. When the companies agreed to combine forces, it was determined that Progress CEO Bill Johnson would take over the helm of the larger entity as part of a three-year deal. When the merger went into effect on July… Continue reading Work a day, get a $44 million severance. Bill Johnson can CEO like a boss.