Alternative Energy Sources

Ethanol Engines vs. Traditional Engines: Understanding the Difference

Ethanol Engines

Ethanol Engines Could Pack Big Punch. 95 percent of all petroleum-based gasoline sold in the United States is now blended with 10 percent ethanol

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Widespread Fuel Cell Adoption Creates 180,000 Energy Jobs

Energy Jobs, Green Energy Jobs

According to one study, the widespread adoption of fuel cells could create 180,000 new energy jobs in the U.S. by 2020. These positions will open in roles

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The Cleanest Energy States and Dirtiest Energy States in America

Modernize recently gathered government data to reveal the cleanest energy states and dirtiest energy states in America.

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Driving Sales and Sustainability: Hydrogen vs. Electric Powered Cars

Tesla Motors

Many of us might not know it, but there’s a heated race going on behind closed doors. A race to determine the fabric of the future of human transportation. Most of us are familiar with electric cars, and some are maybe even in the know about the pros and cons of driving electric. Slightly less well-known is that hydrogen powered ...

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Creating Affordable Green Energy through Collaborative Purchasing

Green Energy

What’s the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of solar energy? Space stations? Tiny homes? Huge urban buildings? For Dr. Christopher Wedding it’s about affordability. In a recent article published on the g-bit blog, Dr. Wedding, co-founder and CEO of g-bit, writes about how the cost of solar power can be reduced by using group purchasing ...

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CES 2015 – Green Technology Home Solutions

Green Technology, Carbon Footprint

Multiple green technology home solutions are designed to help you to reduce your ecological footprint while also saving money each year.

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5 Smart Changes You Can Make For an Energy Efficient Home

Home Heating, Programmable thermostat

Ever heard the phrase “nickel and diming yourself”? It doesn’t just apply to your money-spending habits. Your energy-spending habits can nickel and dime you out of a cheaper energy bill and a smarter home. But by making a few simple changes and investing in a few bigger changes, you can have a smarter home and enjoy a greener lifestyle. Here ...

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