Author Archive | Donny Eisenbach

Are Electric Vehicles Really Green?

This is a question that I always have to look for rather than see it boldly stated in any electric vehicle news report that comes out. It’s weird that this question isn’t touched on in popular EV car stories the news media publishes as many people have this debate constantly floating in their head. If […]

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Greenpeace and Dirty Energy Used by IT Data Centers

All of us bloggers enjoy using the Internet to write our blog posts, syndicate them out to places like Twitter and Facebook and comment back and forth with our friends. The problem with our happy blogdom is that each search query, and every picture upload uses energy. In a way we are polluting the environment […]

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Solar Energy Just for Your Air Conditioning

A company by the name of ClimateWell has been working on a very niche but relevant aspect to solar energy generation and use and that being air conditioning power. If you have ever priced out solar panel installation and equipment you know that the main consideration is how much your house uses in energy for […]

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Bio-Fuels Really Means More Green House Gases

A study that was put out just the other day mentions that there are 702 million hectares of land available for growing bio-fuels on the earth. In a completely different study it was found that plowing fields for producing crops would emit enormous levels of soil carbons. The primary soil carbon released is called nitrous […]

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