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This Year Of Green Despite BP

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

As All Eyes Are On The Gulf Coast Devastation, Green Is Slipping In Through The Back Door

Charge-Station-Designs-by-Johnston-MarkLee-07On March 19, 2010, ECOtality, headquartered in Tempe, Arizona and its subsidiary, eTec (Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation) announced The EV Project. The EV Project was created last August when eTec was awarded a federal stimulus grant of nearly $100 million from the U.S. Department of Energy.

The EV Project will support electric vehicles with home-base, commercial and public chargers in major markets in five states: Arizona (Phoenix & Tucson metropolitan areas), Washington (Seattle area), Oregon (Portland, Salem, Corvallis and Eugene), California (San Diego) and Tennessee. Initial infrastructure deployment begins this summer, paving the way for the successful rollout of electric transportation across America. (more…)

SeaPower Promises Emission-Free Power and Water

Friday, November 14th, 2008

Austrailia is working on a desalination plant due to the water shortage they are
experiencing.

Perth, Western Australia, is considered the most remote city on the planet. And
one thing they are running out of, like much of drought declared Australia, is
fresh drinking water.

They are currently working on a plan to cut the amount of energy it takes to
run it. They have considered using the wind. There is a new alternative that is
being looked at by inventor Alan Burns. He teamed up with Seapower Pacific (more…)

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