A Bill Gates-backed company, Carbon Engineering, is working on a new way to reduce carbon dioxide level by extracting it straight from the atmosphere and converting the by-product into fuel.
Tag: Clean Energy
The $69,000 killer pickup truck will leave the Ford F-150 in the dust
The appearance is probably the only thing the Rivan resembles a traditional pickup truck. If you open it up, it looks nothing like a traditional pickup truck.
Bill Gates has a toilet venture
Gates’ introduced a few projects from different universities in the US to functional toilets that operate without a public sewage system.
Micro urban cars keep failing and companies refuse to give up
Microlino is the lastest contester trying to make micro-vehicle happen. We couldn’t help but wonder what made all its microcar brothers fail, and you don’t need to think hard to find the answer.
BossWatts is great for a camping trip but it doesn’t worth the price tag
BossWatts has a great portable solar charging station, but it might not worth the price tag.
Norway might have the best urban cycling solution
If you live in a hilly city like San Francisco, you know how difficult it could get trying to cycle around the city.
Solatube: Directing true natural light into your home
Getting the right light for your home is a difficult job. Solatube is a system that directs sunlight in indoor areas. That gives your home a natural feel.
SmartFlower’s solar panel can get you 40 percent more energy like a sunflower
To combat this, SmartFlower developed a solar panel works like a sunflower. It folds itself at night, blossom in the morning, and chase after the sun all day.
Renault’s EZ-Pro looks like the square version of the Mercedes’ urbanetics
Before you start, we heavily recommend you read the piece of Mercedes’ urbanetics first, because the similarity is just overwhelming. They …
Mercedes adds interchangeable body to the battleground of future urban transportation
Would our city roads or airways be filled flying cars and drone taxis? Maybe in the future but certainly not in 10 years. Tangible transportation development still stays solidly on the ground, and all major car manufacturers try to get a hold of it in this new industry.