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Maldives Houses the World’s Largest Floating Solar Power System

Gregory

Solar power is at an all-time high, and more and more companies are looking for innovative ways to implement solar power systems. Turns out, the world's largest solar power system at sea was just launched in the Maldives!   Typically a place you would think of for crystal clear water and…

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Tennessee has the First Solar Powered Airport in the U.S.

Gregory

The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport in Tennessee is now the first airport in the United States to be entirely run on solar energy.   The project, started back in 2010, was a massive $10 million undertaking. The crown jewel of the project is the 2.74 megawatt solar farm, which is about th…

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Outer Space: The Air Conditioning of the Future

Gregory

A new company called SkyCool Systems is looking to bring back a cooling method that was used hundreds of years ago. And it all begins by looking up at the stars.   Although in the early stages of production, this California-based company is designing a cooling system that they claim will …

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Solar Powered Device Cleans Water and Produces Energy

Gregory

When in doubt, try something new! That's what a group of engineers did when it came to combining solar energy with clean water.   A team of engineers installed a water distillation system on the back of a solar power cell, thus creating a device that doubles as both an energy generator …

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Electric Powered Helicopter Takes Huge Step Forward in Green Energy

Gregory

An all-electric powered helicopter recently completed a record-breaking flight. The aircraft proves that electric powered vehicles aren’t just restricted to the ground; they can soar in the sky.     With the growing need for greener initiatives, one of the hotbeds of green e…

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