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An energy positive classroom in the UK can produce 1.5 times the amount of energy it consumes.
Situated in the northern city Xian, a 328-foot-tall tower has noticeably improved air quality within an area of 10 square kilometres.
A solar plant under construction in Australia uses molten salt to both collect and store energy for electricity generation
An Australian derelict heritage train has been restored to become the world’s first truly solar train.
A new method integrates flexible solar cells into canvas fabric, bringing solar power to a wider range of uses.
A new multi-functional space for music includes gardens, public walkways and a solar panel sail that follows the sun around the building.
Scientists from Stanford University used creepy crawlies to help develop solar cells with a fragile photovoltaic material.
The innovation from the University of Exeter could encapsulate the future of green building with its multi-purpose capabilities.
The miniature outlet-on-wheels even has a moveable ladder to reach books and gain access to living quarters.
SolarGaps blinds are a green energy solution for renters and those looking for a solar panel alternative.
Researchers at the University of Antwerp compare the handheld device’s green ability to that of solar panels.
A partnership between MIT and Berkeley researchers, a new solar-powered device is able to harvest water from air by changing vapor into drinkable liquid.
Taiwain’s pioneering design company dedicated to upcycling waste, Miniwiz, has created a mobile recycling machine that turns plastics into indoor/outdoor tiles.
Boston energy company provides a plug-and-play smart solar system designed for ease of use and portability.
University of Glasgow researchers have developed a solar-powered synthetic skin using wonder material graphene that could improve robotics and prosthetics.
We’ve picked out our top ten Eco & Sustainability articles from the last 12 months on Springwise, designed to provide entrepreneurs with plenty of fresh inspiration for the future.
PassivDom is a Ukrainian startup that has designed a fully autonomous house, requiring no plumbing or pipes and that generates its own electricity and power.
Nigeria’s Wema Bank Plc recently introduced its Wema Bank on Wheels to provide regular branch and ATM services to customers anywhere in the country.
A University of Buffalo-led team of researchers developed a low-cost, highly effective purification method that makes contaminated water drinkable.
Arcadia Power has created a service that allows those typically barred from installing solar panels to invest in green energy.
In Australia, Sundrop Farms are growing tomatoes using seawater and 23,000 mirrors.