Growing up in the rodeo buckle of the Bible belt, beer manufacturers were often viewed as cartoon villains rather than responsible members of the business community.Â But it's been a few weeks since we had a post about Hawaii making all the rest of the US look like cavemen when … [Read more...] about Solar Powered Beer
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According to this article on the university website, the University of Delaware's Institute of Energy Conversion will receive $3.75 million in grant money from the Department of Energy under the Solar America Initiative over the next three years.Â Out of nine Universities … [Read more...] about University of Delaware receives $3.75 million grant for solar power research
Photo courtesy of musicpb at Flickr.com. Recently, many commodity prices have gone through the roof. You don't have to look any further than the gas station to see the effects of $110 for a barrel of oil. A visit to the grocery store will quickly reveal that prices are also … [Read more...] about Food costs are rising – and soon, so will the price of electricity.
Photo courtesy of Crawfishpie at Flickr.com. In Las Vegas, Walmart is opening a new type of energy-saving store. According to company sources, stores like this one will serve as testbeds for ecofriendly technology. Over the next couple years, the big box retailer hopes to … [Read more...] about A green revolution is taking place at Walmart
On April fools day 1939, Mitsubishi launched a new product. It was the A6M Zero carrier based fighter plane, rumored to have been inspired by the H2 that Howard Hughes created. On December 7th, 1941 we learned the hard way that Mitsubishi had built a damn fine … [Read more...] about Mitsubishi Breaks Solar Efficiency Record