Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Amazing Clean and Green technologies

Have you ever wondered what we are doing to fight global warming or save & preserve the Earth or save Ourselves?.
I have asked this question, and it triggered a curiosity in me. This curiosity lead me into writing this blog. For me writing doubles my chances of remembering what I have read and learned, and it also allows me to share as well as learn from the insights/comments of the readers.
In searching for answers, I have come across a lot of amazing technologies. And not just concepts or technology for the future, but real ones. Some I never imagined had already existed today. There are also non high-tech solutions which are being applied and studied. Very simple yet very amazing and incredible. The fact that they have thought and came up with the ideas are just so amazing.
Here are the technologies and solutions that has topped my list so far. These will be the topics of my next posts.

India's largest automaker is set to launch the world's first commercial air-powered car on Indian streets by 2012.


Nano-Solar Technology : low-cost Printable Solar Cell
Nanosolar grows a thin film semiconductor using a printing and annealing process that is far faster than conventional high vacuum deposition. This creates cheap and efficient solar panels.

A weak electrical current is used to charge underwater metal structures.  The metal frame known as "the crab" is covered with huge corals in shimmering colors where hundreds of fish have made their homes. 


Amazingly clean and green technology solutions.

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3 comments:

  1. Non-tech is good for preventing global warming, but they contribute less than other major technologies like solar cell panels, windmills for generating wind energy, methods of biofues generation, etc. Although, such small steps also might give some benefits, I guess.

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    1. I would agree that nano-tech provides lesser contribution to the environment. What's interesting about it is its potential of improved efficiency, become cheaper and lesser maintenance. And as you said, such small contribution is still a benefit for the environment. :)

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