Cutting gasoline consumption with a tablet part 2

Lisa Cohn of RealEnergyWriters.com concludes her interview with Bill Hyman, co-founder of Greenfoot Global, which sells a tablet that cuts gasoline consumption, increases power in cars and reduces emissions. It's based on a technology whose inventor won the Nobel Prize for chemistry. Cutting gasoline consumption with a tablet part 2]   … [Read more...]

Energy efficiency and the Solyndra effect

By Elisa Wood September 21, 2011 Not so long ago the green energy movement celebrated because President Obama used words like ‘renewable energy’ and ‘climate change’ in his inaugural speech. It was a first for a US president. Now comes the downside of being a political darling. Opponents of green energy – or rather opponents of its proponents – … [Read more...]

Cutting gasoline consumption with a tablet part 1

Lisa Cohn of RealEnergyWriters.com interviews Bill Hyman, co-founder of Greenfoot Global, which sells a tablet that cuts gasoline consumption, increases power in cars and reduces emissions. It's based on a technology whose inventor won the Nobel Prize for chemistry. Cutting gasoline consumption with a tablet part 1]   … [Read more...]

Squinting toward retirement: A boon for the lighting industry

By Elisa Wood September 14, 2011 Americans report in surveys that they are likely to retire later than expected as a result of this economic downturn that doesn’t seem to want to quit.  While that’s bad news for golf courses and Florida real estate, it helps one industry: energy efficient lighting. We are squinting, rather than sprinting toward … [Read more...]

Generating solar electricity on window surfaces part 2

Lisa Cohn of RealEnergyWriters.com continues her interview with John Conklin, president and CEO of New Energy Technologies, which is developing SolarWindow. The product, now in the prototype phase, generates electricity on see-through glass using natural or artificial light sources. Generating solar electricity on window surfaces part 2]   … [Read more...]

Energy Efficiency Is So In Right Now Part II: The Delight Factor (and More Energy Puns)

Guest blog by Cara Miale Goman September 8, 2011 Last week, we looked at how the energy efficiency industry is working on its cool factor (Dare I say sex appeal?), to make clean energy more accessible to the masses. Perhaps a bikini charger doesn’t make much difference when the grid is under great strain as it was this summer; but it does get … [Read more...]

Generating solar electricity on window surfaces part 1

Lisa Cohn of RealEnergyWriters.com interviews John Conklin, president and CEO of New Energy Technologies, which is developing SolarWindow. The product, now in the prototype phase, generates electricity on see-through glass using natural or artificial light sources. Generating solar electricity on window surfaces part 1]   … [Read more...]