By Timothy Hurst on December 21, 2011
Every year Google publishes Zeitgeist, a collection of the year’s most popular search trends at the world’s most popular search engine. And the 2011 Zeitgeist includes several “green” search categories.
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By Timothy Hurst on August 16, 2011
One untapped distributed energy source that could provide up to two days of electricity for the average Japanese household and that requires relatively little investment is just sitting in 10,000 driveways and garages across Japan.
By Timothy Hurst on December 27, 2010
The race for supremacy in technological innovation is often the stuff of legend and the question of whether electric cars will more likely be “refueled” by plugging in or by swapping discharged batteries for fresh ones is no different. Well, maybe a little different.
By Matter Network on December 24, 2010
For BYD, EVs are only part of the plan. The company has been a significant player in batteries and wants to simultaneously roll out energy storage and renewable power.
By The Guardian on December 23, 2010
Mayor Bertrand Delanoë unveils environmentally friendly Autolib project in latest attempt to reduce Paris traffic
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