Search ecofriendly and save the rainforest

Today I received an email from a fellow villager. He told me about Ecosia, an environmentally friendly search engine. I was really suprised that something like that exists. Ecosia is powered by Yahoo and Bing and the WWF (World Wide Fund For Nature). All the servers of Ecosia are using “green” electricity and the most […]

Polution in our environment

This video I found on YouTube. It’s just saying what I think. We are responsible for the polution, so we have to solve it.

Earth Hour 2010 Saterday March 27th.

Coming Saterday it’s time to turn off your light for one hour. That day hundred millions of people and companies will turn off their light for one hour to support the planet. Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia. More then 2 million homes and businesses turned their lights off to make their stand […]

Google's Power Meter to give better insight into electricity use

Google plans to leverage their giant data compiling capabilities in order to offer consumers the ability to gain a meaningful understanding about how they use electricity. A project of Google.org, the mega-corporation’s philanthropic arm, Google’s Power Meter is a software interface that can collect, store, and analyze information from smart devices like next-gen appliances, power […]

How to Go Green

How To Make a Small Solar Panel To Generate electricity

Informative tips on how to make a small solar panel. Find out how you can achieve this by knowing the right materials to purchase and getting the procedures right.   PRLog (Press Release) – Jun 23, 2009 – The making of a small solar panel can be achieved easily only if you know what materials […]

I bought an outlet switch for my microwave

Do you know how much energy your microwave uses in standby mode? In my case it is 7-watt hours per day. I am using my microwave for less then 30 minutes per day. This means that I am paying for 60 kWh energy per year which I really don’t use.  So a simple outlet switch can […]

Eat green, save money.

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Make your own solar cooker today.

The Sun Scoop, designed by Stephen Harrigan, is a light weight box type solar cooker. This waterproof cooker is made from plastic flute board (just like corrugated cardboard, but made of plastic). Large enough to accomodate multiple cooking pots, the Sun Scoop is designed to be manufactured in simple workshops in developing countries. It has […]