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  • homad 1:28 pm on September 19, 2012 Permalink |
    Tags: green, , methanol, off grid,   

    They run on methanol (next best thing to hydrogen…seeing as you can easily purchase these now) which is produced naturally in plants like cotton
    The easily portable 2200 provides 90W (enough for a laptop) and i think the m28 cartridge could charge one’s laptop continuously for 2500 hours (and that’s without attaching solar/wind into the mix). It’s a little less than $10,000 and available through Amazon

    and here is an even more baddass/efficient hydrogen charger but on a smaller scale (Horizon is helping the hydrogen market bigtime and does have larger scale products)


  • desaparecido76 3:59 pm on May 8, 2010 Permalink |
    Tags: architecutre, green, hong kong   

    Tiny house has 24 bedrooms 

    • thedarkcleft 5:33 pm on May 9, 2010 Permalink


    • deadindenver 8:23 am on May 26, 2010 Permalink

      im getting one

  • perpetuallyphil 8:20 pm on August 18, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , green,   


    more pics

    • Living exterior wall system (irrigated with recycled graywater/rainwater)
    • Green Roof with half comprised of a highly productive vegetable garden
    • Solar array that supplies almost all of the entire structure’s electrical needs
    • Radiant in-floor heat
    • Combination high efficiency hot water boiler that provides in-floor radiant heat and hot water
    • Central staircase doubles as a chimney to draw cooling breezes through the house
    • On-demand hot water (reduces water usage)
    • Recycled cotton and spray foam insulation
    • Low-flow fixtures
    • Non-toxic/Low VOC finishes
  • untamedyawp 4:32 pm on June 18, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: green, , urban revision, vertically vegetated buildings   

    urban revisionists 

    more holleruntz designs

    • thedarkcleft 8:52 pm on June 18, 2009 Permalink

      environmental and agricultural boner

  • untamedyawp 4:37 pm on April 23, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , green, , insulation,   

    The Ignored Answer 

    • deadindenver 8:32 am on May 8, 2009 Permalink


      MAC? IS IT TIME?

  • perpetuallyphil 3:05 pm on March 12, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: Englert Environmental, , green, , , ,   


    combine this with the new obama tax credits for solar power and you have money coming back to you in just a few years (or less).

    ¨Englert Environmental has unveiled an integrated metal roofing system that can deliver much of the energy, heating and water needs of the average American home without tapping into local utility resources.
    The new rooftop system provides electric power, hot water heat and water for outdoor and indoor uses all in a single package.
    Englert’s UltraCOOL Energy Star and LEED compliant standing seam metal roof system is a pivotal component in providing electric power and thermal heat as well as rainwater for lawns and landscaping, vehicle cleaning and laundry and toilet flushing.
    Resource-saving technologies included with a single Englert standing seam metal roof include:

    + Englert’s SunNet solar standing seam roof with Building Integrated Photovoltaics using quarter-inch thick laminates that are virtually invisible and provide all the electric energy the average home requires year round.

    + A solar thermal system mounted under the Englert Solar standing seam roof which draws heat from the roof and transfers it to the home’s hot water system. The roof and thermal technology are self-regulating, preventing overheating and can even be used to heat roofs to rid them of snow and ice.

    + Three rainwater harvesting solutions that integrate Englert’s Kynar-coated standing seam roof, Englert LeafGuard and Gutter Tunnel leaf protection systems and three compact residential rainwater harvesting kits that capture 225, 400 and 1,700 gallons of water for non-potable uses including landscape irrigation, vehicle cleaning and non-potable household uses such as toilet flushing and laundering.
    The Englert Kynar-coated roof does not leach and Englert’s line of leaf protection systems including LeafGuard and Gutter Tunnel eliminate much of the debris that channels into conventional gutter systems before it reaches the filtering systems and containment tanks included in surface and underground rainwater harvesting systems.
    A single Englert Environmental-sponsored project utilizing all of its metal roofing, rainware and solar photovoltaic and thermal technologies can earn more than 15 U.S. Green Building Council LEED credits.
    Englert Environmental projects also qualify for federal renewable energy investment tax credits, state-specific financial incentives including rebates, incentives, grants and state credits, accelerated depreciation tax benefits, Renewable Energy Credits (REC’s) and net income from electric power purchase agreements.
    All of the roof-related technologies can be incorporated during new construction or as retrofits to existing homes and are perfect for light commercial applications as well.¨


  • perpetuallyphil 7:13 pm on September 19, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: algae, alternative fuels, , , green,   

    algae solutions 

    this seems like a great idea for it not only creates fuel but also utilizes removal of CO2 from our atmosphere in the process. two birds, one algea (or i guess a few strands). i have seen this stuff for years at festivals like dreamtime and sustainable fairs. i think we are starting to see the main stream catch on a little:

    • homad 5:50 am on September 23, 2008 Permalink

      This is great. Algae, fungi, what are the differences? Cuz both seem to me that they need to be more integrated into human living.

  • perpetuallyphil 11:38 pm on September 17, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: beer, , fair, green, off the grid, ,   

    Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Fair 

    This Saturday and Sunday in Fort Collins accross from New Belgum on Vine St:

    “The Sustainable Living Fair is a solution based, hands-on, family oriented event designed to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about Sustainable Living Practices, Renewable Energy, Environmental & Social Responsibility, Natural Health, Green Building, Alternative Vehicles, Organic Agriculture, Local Economies and more.”


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