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Dean Hochman

11 Tips for Saving Energy at Home

"Turn off the light when you leave the room!" Your mom was right, it's pretty sound advice. Cutting down on your energy use at home doesn't just save money, it also contributes to the fight against climate change. We've put together some tips on how to back up your green conscience with small, practical, everyday actions. Read on

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Join the E-Mobility Revolution

Using greener and more sustainable transport options is crucial if we're to meet climate targets and reduce air pollution in cities around the world. Fume-free, more sustainable and developing rapidly, electric vehicles could offer an effective alternative to traditional gas guzzlers. Read on

Green Energy

Switching the lights off whenever possible and using energy saving lamps are handy eco-friendly hints but there is still a lot more you can do to save energy and avoid greenhouse gas emissions. Read on

Energy Conservation and Computing

Although they become smaller and lighter and seem to reduce their use of material and resources, our laptops and desktop PCs hide an immense amount of technology inside ther stylish shells. This technology runs on a lot of energy, especially when using several programs at one moment. Read on

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Ditching the Air Con Habit

With global temperatures creeping upwards, and many of the world’s key boom or growth cities located in the tropics, it is not hard to fathom that our reliance upon air conditioning is on the increase. Read on

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LED - Making Kerosene Lanterns History

LED-based study lights for students and room lights for schools/community centres can serve as a wonderful solution to the issue of kerosene lanterns. Thanks to the white LED revolution, it is now possible to provide a simple light which is suitable for reading purposes that consumes less than a quarter watt of energy but provides 10 to 50 times more useable light than a wick oil lamp. Read on