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Solar-Powered Pod Allows You to Live Anywhere Off the Grid, Now For Sale
Science & Tech  (tags: housing, off-grid, renewable energy, innovations, homes )

Freya
- 1250 days ago - goodnewsnetwork.org
Your carbon footprint can't get much smaller than living in this futuristic-looking tiny house. The best part is that you can park it anywhere and begin generating your own electricity.
With Record Heating Oil Prices Expected, Homes Dash to Gas
Science & Tech  (tags: energy, With Record, Heating, Oil Prices, Expected, Homes, Dash, to Gas )

Agnes
- 2801 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
An early snowstorm stunned the northeastern United States last month, but a far worse chill may strike when the winter fuel bills arrive: Home heating oil prices there are expected to hit record highs in the next three months. The news casts a pall over
Mini Nuclear Plants to Power 20,000 Homes ?
Science & Tech  (tags: Mini, nuclear, plants, to, power, 20, 000, homes, discovery, energy, environment, interesting, news, NewTechnology, technology, scientists, research, tech )

Boban
- 3898 days ago - mysterytopia.com
Nuclear power plants smaller than a garden shed and able to power 20,000 homes will be on sale within five years, say scientists at Los Alamos, the US government laboratory which developed the first atomic bomb.
The Energy Costs of Cooling and Heating a Home
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, energy, globalwarming, climate, americans, humans, pollution, protection, research, science, Sustainabililty, world, CoolStuff, energyconservation, greenliving, homes, home, activists, education, interesting, research, risks, safety, science )

Joe
- 4220 days ago - npr.org
"NPR's Climate Connections series with National Geographic has prompted a lot of questions from listeners. Several wanted to know how air conditioning compares in its energy consumption - and climate impact -- to home heating." (First 2 sentences).
Termite Royalty May Save Our Homes
Science & Tech  (tags: Termites, homes, research, study, safety, science, world )

Mari
- 4262 days ago - abc.net.au
Scientists could one day stop termites from damaging buildings by turning them all into layabout royals, a new study suggests.
   

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