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Sonic Bloom: Solar-Powered Flower Sculptures in Seattle

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Dan Corson's interactive art installation showcases renewable energy tech

"Sonic Bloom" by Seattle artist Dan Corson is an interactive, solar-powered art installation recently erected outside the Pacific Science Center in the Emerald City. The work, commissioned by the Pacific Science Center with support from Seattle City Light’s Green Up Program, features five giant solar flowers that absorb the sun’s energy during the day and illuminate at night via......read more

"Houtenboom"

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Instagram Blow Up Max Sluiters

Max Sluiters aka 'Houtenboom' is living in Medemblik, a small town in northern part of the Netherlands. A few weeks ago he celebrated his 22nd birthday as he tells us. Around the same time Instagram placed him on the 'Suggested Users' list and his fanbase is rapidly growing since. Max says: 'That changed a lot for me, because now my work got all this new attention from different corners and I met......read more

Renewable Energy Booming in Several States

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New figures from the Energy Information Administration show clean energy growth over the last decade

With fossil fuels meeting the vast majority of America's energy needs, our clean energy future is a long ways off. But in the last decade, renewable power use has taken off, with some states now meeting over 20 percent of their energy needs from wind, solar, biomass and other alternative fuels. At Co.Exist, Ben Schiller points to new data from the Energy Information Administration that shows the......read more

Clean Tech Investment Thriving

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Forget what you heard about clean tech being dead. A new report finds that investment in green technology is booming

Solyndra be damned. The well-publicized failure of the solar energy company is but one black mark on an industry that is actually booming. According to the 2012 edition of Clean Edge's Clean Energy Trends report, things look very bright indeed. At Co.Exist, writer Ariel Schwartz sums up the findings: 2011 was the largest year for global wind power installations ever. Wind power is projected......read more

GM Recycles Oil Booms for Car Parts

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Dirty booms move from the Gulf to your car's interior.

After doing their job absorbing leaked oil, dirty oil booms typically go to the their graves in the landfill, where they languish for eternity. But, as GreenTech Media reports, that doesn't have to be the case. In a triumphant PR move, General Motors has found a way to intervene in the cycle, by making use of oil booms from the Gulf for passive car parts like air dams and water deflectors.......read more

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