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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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London Underground: Re-harnessing Waste Energy

Gregory

London’s public transportation system, along with the systems that power their industrial factories and air conditioning, for example, produce massive amounts of excessive energy and heat. We all know that feeling when a train or a subway whooshes by us and we’re hit with that warm gust of air. …

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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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Is Salt Water the Next Source of Renewable Energy?

Gregory

From solar panels to wind farms, green and renewable energy is ever-growing as we find a solution to traditional and harmful methods like coal and oil. But, are we about to take hydro-power to the next level?   This new discovery, called blue energy, is a potential way to harvest energy f…

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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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Can You Use Human Waste as Bricks? Apparently You Can!

Gregory

Never did you ever think that would be a sentence you'd read. Human waste as bricks...does that even make sense? Well, according to Professor Abbas Mohajerani from RMIT University in Australia, it does.   For the past 15 years he's been committed to this project, and it's lead him down th…

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Your Home’s Second Wind with Air Purifiers

Shyene

You may have seen our blog post about air filters and MERV ratings – but what we have in store for you is on another level! One of our newest products here at SupplyHouse.com is General Filters’s line of air purifiers, under the collection name Second Wind.   The Environmental Protect…

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Cheap, Clean Water, Made by the Sun

Gregory

One of the largest issues facing the world right now is access to clean drinking water. In more developed nations, plumbers protect the public's health by providing them with safe, clean drinkable water. Other parts of the world struggle to gain access to this. But, a new device, run solely on solar…

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New ‘Super-Wood’ Becomes Cooler in Sunlight

Gregory

New research shows that you might be able to cool your home with ‘super-wood.’ By stripping the wood of its lignin before densification, it actually allows the densified wood to cool in bright sunlight.   By doing this, buildings that are constructed using this material would have a s…

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Ball Pit or Reservoir in Los Angeles?

Gregory

Did you ever think it would hard to tell a ball pit from a water reservoir? Well, in Los Angeles it is.   The L.A. Water Reservoir is now home to 96,000,000 (yes, 96 million!) black balls that look like they belong in a ball pit at a kid's birthday party. But actually, they fit perfectly …

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California Becomes First State to Require Solar Panels

Gregory

It’s a new year, and with that comes new laws. At the end of 2018, California solidified the decision to enact a new law that will take effect in 2020. This will require all new homes to be equipped with solar panels.     California is the first state in the country to call …

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