Super Green Kitchens: 'Dynamic Demand' Technology Could Dramtically Lower CO2 Emissions
August 20, 2007 06:42 PM - Paul Schaefer, ENN
Dynamic Demand controlled appliances such as fridges and freezers could be able to reduce the amount of electricity they use during peak periods and eventually save an estimated two million tonnes of CO2 emissions a year when fully integrated across the network - the equivalent of taking over 665,000 cars off the road.
Going Green At Gigabit Speeds
August 20, 2007 05:00 PM - Paul Schaefer, ENN
Yes. Even even gigabits can be 'greened'. And at a major industry conference, VoiceCon Fall, this week, Extreme Networks, Inc. will discuss the elements required to deliver a superior converged voice and data infrastructure over the LAN/WAN. They'll also talk about new automated power conservation techniques and operating systems that allow for a greener environment.
Toyota Drops Price On 2008 Highlander SUV Hybrid, Options Galore, Only $33,700
August 20, 2007 12:50 PM - Paul Schaefer, ENN
Toyota today announced manufacturer's suggested retail prices for the all-new 2008 Highlander Hybrid. All loaded up with new standard equipment and convenience features, the 2008 Highlander Hybrid base grade 4WD-i model will carry an MSRP of $33,700, a decrease of $190, or 0.6 percent over the previous generation comparably-equipped Highlander Hybrid.
7 Hours From Nearest Road, Power, Nepali Teacher Wins 'Asian Nobel Prize' For Village Wireless Project
August 20, 2007 11:42 AM - Mahabir Pun and Imelda Abano, SciDevNet
A Nepali teacher has been honoured with the Nobel Prize of Asia for his innovative application of wireless computer technology in Nepal. Mahabir Pun, 52, from the remote village of Nangi in Nepal organized and launched the project — The Nepal Wireless Networking Project — to meet the communication needs of his village, which is a seven hour climb to the nearest road and without a telephone connection.
Thermochemical process converts poultry litter into bio-oil
August 20, 2007 09:46 AM - Virginia Tech
Provides safer, more environmentally friendly solution to waste disposal
Georgia Contractors Cut Costs by Going "Green" with Use of New Emissions Technology
August 20, 2007 09:44 AM - , Green Progress
Southern Drilling, a Georgia-based provider of heavy drilling equipment for mining operations, water wells and mineral exploration has been instrumental in reducing diesel fuel consumption and pollution in the state for the last five years.
University of Oregon researcher finds that on water's surface, nitric acid is not so tough
August 20, 2007 09:29 AM - University of Oregon
Using novel approaches, UO's Richmond finding altered states of often used chemical
The Green Grid Announces Technology Roadmap and Key Deliverables for 2007
August 20, 2007 09:27 AM - , Green Progress
The Green Grid, a non-profit consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems, today announced its technology roadmap and key deliverables for 2007.
Kenworth's First Medium Duty Pickup and Delivery Hybrid Truck Delivered
August 20, 2007 09:25 AM - , Green Progress
08/06/2007 - Kenworth Truck Company and Dunn Lumber, two long-time Seattle-area companies, have teamed up to bring Kenworth's first medium duty hybrid-electric truck into the US market.
Artificial Life Likely in 3 to 10 Years
August 20, 2007 09:13 AM - Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Around the world, a handful of scientists are trying to create life from scratch and they're getting closer. Experts expect an announcement within three to 10 years from someone in the now little-known field of "wet artificial life."