Eco-friendly tyres, eco-friendly cars and eco-friendly cities in this week’s news.
Mind blowing wind turbines by Vestas, Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo does his best to save water and other amazing stories for this week’s green.tv news.
The greenest Geneva Motor Show ever hosts the launch of the “50 by 50″ initiative aimed at making cars worldwide 50 percent more fuel-efficient by 2050
The Ashden awards is an annual competition to reward organisations which have demonstrated sustainable energy in action. This item features an innovative solar lanterns scheme in India – chosen as a finalist in last year’s awards.
Hydrogen device cuts fuel bills and emissions for larger vehicles. The bolt-on system produces small amounts of hydrogen which helps engines to burn conventional fuels more efficiently.
The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) launched Global Wind Day in 2009. Its aim is to promote wind energy worldwide. The messages are; wind energy tackles climate change, it boosts energy independence and it is an intelligent investment. Global Wind Day allows people to learn about the benefits of wind energy.
How can a smart grid connect renewable energy resources to our existing power grid, and help us share that power more efficiently?
A new study by the independent Energy Watch Group says amid oil price instability wind is becoming an increasingly competitive and cost-secure technology.
Architype won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2009. The company designs buildings that require minimal heating, cooling and lighting through insulation, passive solar gain, natural ventilation and well placed windows.