Alternative Energy Sources

Eco Friendly Rubber Flooring is Ideal for Your Garage

Often homeowners are worried about the type of flooring that they must use for their garages. While there are several options for the same, each has its share of pros and cons. Moreover, with the trend towards choosing an eco friendly product going strong, it becomes all the more important to have the options known beforehand. Rubber flooring is said ...

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5 Types of Renewable Energy

The world’s energy needs could be reduced by one-third by 2050 if individuals and corporations work to save energy now and begin relying on renewable energy sources provided by power companies and personalized adoption. Renewable energy allows you to tap into natural resources that are replenished as part of the normal life cycle. Cut a tree down to burn for heat, and ...

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Are Power Companies on the Grid too Big to Fail?

In a recent article by Carter Eskew, a valid point is brought up about power companies being on the verge of downsizing due to more and more residences and businesses being energy sustaining. While Eskew paints the future in a bleak color in the article, does it really have to be as bad as the author suggests? Or could this be ...

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Find Your Soul Mate Online with an “Eco-Sexy” Spin: The New Green Dating Trend

You’re a self-proclaimed tree hugger looking for a soul mate who doesn’t mind hugging trees with you. Maybe you just want a beau who can enjoy a day of planting trees with you, who doesn’t mind digging into some vegan ice cream on a date, or who is a bit more into recycling and eco-friendly bulbs than the average Joe ...

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Recycled Cities can be the New Green Building Alternative

The threat of global warming is very real, and scientists are providing the world with fresh information every other day to reiterate this fact. Eminent personalities like Al Gore had help propel the need for sustainable living to the forefront, garnering interest for the subject from all quarters. Substantial study on green house gas emissions and their harmful interaction with ...

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Energy Jobs: Tax Credits for Green Energy Extended Through 2013

In the frantic rush to avoid toppling over the fiscal cliff, President Obama and Congressional Republicans scrambled to shake hands and extended tax credits for alternative energy sources, and for green energy jobs. Wind energy wasn’t the only winner, as the production tax credit was extended for one year. Geothermal, hydropower and biomass also benefit. Green energy industries other than ...

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From Bacteria to Biofuel

We are constantly striving to define the world around us not only for the sake of control, but to also see if it can’t offer us more. Research is always being performed to create life saving medicines from rainforest plants, and animals are often used to develop life enhancing surgeries. Aside from the occasional new species found, we often feel ...

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