Liquid Solar Technology Could Be Next Gen of Renewable Energy

Look out solar panels, there’s a new “first of its kind” solar technology in town! Its makers said it’s engineered to outperform rooftop panels by 50-fold, and at a fraction of the cost….

New York City's first commercial-scale wind turbine to generate electricity for Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility in Brooklyn on Jan. 14, 2015. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

Massive Wind Turbine Crowns Sims Recycling on Brooklyn Waterfront

The city can now add wind energy for commercial use to its list of sustainability initiatives. Once a New York Police Department tow-pound lot, an 11-acre stretch of the South Brooklyn waterfront has…

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6 Hybrid Cars You Should Consider

With the beginning of a new year, and 2015 is no exception, many of us make resolutions that are kept for a varied degree of time during the year. And if you are…


Eco18′s Gift Guide for Tech Lovers

Tis the season of giving, and for many of us the thought of navigating a hectic department store makes us cringe. Here at Eco18, we prefer the alternative to retail shopping, online shopping….

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Gentleman, Start Your Engines…Quietly

Channel surfing the other day I was very surprised to find a new sport that is very green in relation to the environment. Well it’s not really a new sport but rather a…

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The Best Eco-Friendly Apps

With today’s technology and the rise of smart phones, being ecologically friendly is becoming easier and easier. Delving into the world of green apps, here is a list of downloads to consider for…

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Are Cell Phones Dangerous?

Cell phones have transformed from a luxury into a necessity for the people of today’s generation. Children are starting to use cell phones at increasingly younger ages and more adults are upgrading their…

Don’t Stop for Red Traffic Lights, Use Green-Wave Technology

Red traffic lights are a cumbersome business. It takes effort to gear down and back up again, not to mention the environmental cost of increased carbon emissions every time you get going again….

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Satellite Technology to Help Ailing Great Barrier Reef

Satellite imagery is being used to help save Australia’s greatest natural wonder. Researchers at James Cook University have developed a new technique employing NASA satellite images to analyse the impact of flood plumes…

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Solar Backpacks for Outdoor Activities

With warmer, sunnier days quickly approaching, there are ways to be energy conscious by capturing the energy of the sun while traveling outdoors. Solar backpacks make it easy to charge devices, such as…

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