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Zoquete Nomadic Light Lamp

Let’s take it as an eco gadget and see the Zoquete Nomadic Light Lamp as a part of an experimental project showed in a local contest EXPOLUZ  in Guadalajara, Spain.

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Mining for heat

Underground mining is a sweaty job, and not just because of the hard work it takes to haul ore: Mining tunnels fill with heat naturally emitted from the surrounding rock.

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Magnetic bike lights which turn on or off when fitted or removed

A new range of magnetic bike lights were designed by Copenhagen Parts manufacturer.

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The Environmental Energy Innovation Building Completed in Ookayama Campus

When you take the Tokyu Ooimachi line between Jyugaoka and Ookayama, you will come across a huge building covered in black panels just after you pass by Midorigaoka station.

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Wind powered electric car built by a Chinese farmer

An innovative Chinese farmer 90 year old, named Tang Zhengping, decided to go green by building an electric car that use wind energy.

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GREEN Mobile outreach effort to travel statewide

A converted Winnebago is the newest, and perhaps most unusual addition to the University of Arkansas vehicle fleet.

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Nomad portable solar lamp another eco gadget using LED technology

Solar powered lighting lamp is the solution for many populations in isolated areas for the family home or for camping adventures.

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EoleWater -wind turbine to harvest water and energy in the desert air

 After years of design and testing prototypes, the French inventor and founder of EoleWater, Marc Parent launched his product, a kind of wind powered refrigeration – condensation –filtration unit.

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The solar cell that also shines – LED type design

To produce the maximum amount of energy, solar cells are designed to absorb as much light from the Sun as possible.

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Geothermal energy system will cut energy usage by half

By the time a geothermal energy project at Missouri University of Science and Technology is completed in 2014, the campus’s annual energy use will be cut in half and its carbon footprint reduced by 25,000 metric tons per year.

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