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We took Smart Energy Groups along to the Sustainable Living Festival "Green Market", which ran last weekend on the River Promenade behind Fed Square. For those who dropped by to see us, a big thanks...
Social media is expected to play an important role in helping us manage our energy consumption habits   Here's a link to an interesting Mashable article on the impact social media will have on energy...
Are you, like me, paying for something you may never get? This story about Victoria's smart meter roll out was on channel 9 news tonight:
Perhaps the view is different from the other side of a bridge? Perhaps the big redwoods and beauty of the land give the people of Marin an appreciation of what's really important? Either way, the...
"Researchers modify tiny solar "chiplets" to get them to self-assemble, driven by the free energy of their interactions with an oil-water interface." Read More.. Source: Ars Technica It will be interesting to see if researchers...
The problem of what to do with our rubbish is becoming increasingly urgent as landfills overflow and old produce compacts to form dangerous gases, toxic waste leaches into water supplies, and cities run out of...
Scientists dream of discovering a source of nearly-free energy that uses water as its fuel and produces almost no waste. Randall Mills, an MIT-trained electrical engineer and Harvard medic, claims to have found just such...
Renewable energy is one of those terms we hear a lot these days, with the green revolution peering out from behind peak oil, unstoppable climate change and a global economic May Day. This is a...
  The bad: The bubble may burst. The good: At least the smart grid will become reality! Link
To make renewables work well our smart energy future is going to require lots and lots of battery storage, because if the wind's not blowing and the sun's not shining, where else will all the...

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