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French company New Wind has created a wind "turbine" in the shape of a tree. It's designed for parks, homes, businesses and other small-scale applications. The "leaves" harness wind energy even at low winds and don't make noise. We can't wait for these trees to be available commercially for use at homes worldwide!

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TESLA POWERWALL - Energy Storage for the Home ---------------------------------------------------- The Tesla Motor Company, who specialise in Electric Vehicles, also use their Lithium-Ion battery technology for domestic power storage systems. This means that you can take "off-peak" cheaper energy from the grid and store it in your battery system to use when YOU want to. #Tesla #tech #science #cleanenergy

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GREAT DESIGN.. this is a SOLAR roof - the ENTIRE roof... can't see the solar panels.. an attractive alternative to the solar panels of yesteryear...

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It's A Silent Rooftop Turbine Which Could Produce Half Of Your Home's Energy Needs - Green Energy Jubilation | Green Energy Jubilation

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Christoffer Kildahl – Project to create a dynamic identity for The Land Art Generator Initiative based on the four basic technologies of renewable energy generation: water, solar, bio and wind energy

Christoffer Kildahl – Project to create a dynamic identity for The Land Art Generator Initiative based on the four basic technologies of renewable energy generation: water, solar, bio and wind energy

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Tesla is a company that is known for open sourcing their patents. It is because of this that people around the world have begun to adopt the advanced technology and replicate it.Youtube user, JehuGarcia put together a video on how to construct your own Powerwall, the home battery that Tesla developed to run your place off of solar 24/7.The batteries are selling for $3,000-$3,500 from Tesla, but the entire production line is sold out for 2016 so if you really want to get your hands on a…

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SolTech Energy: Nothing says "afterthought" like a rectangle of solar panels slapped onto the roof of a house with no visual relationship with the rest of the structure. Swedish company SolTech Energy brings solar in a different direction with their roofing tiles, made from ordinary glass in the shape of (gasp) ordinary roofing tiles. Why has no one thought of this sooner?

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