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“Human Pump” Collects Shock Energy from Steps

Producing water using the steps of the human visitors is truly a good idea. This idea came from Nam, which led them into creating the Human Pump that measures 12-meter wide in the form of a boardwalk, which is designed to be placed in areas with heavy foot traffic like those within the school or market route. The details are not yet clear, however, the concept is the pump will collect some kinetic energy from the human step and the stored energy will eventually let the pump produce some water to the surface. This pump will surely help everyone to have a lean and affordable water in the future.

human pump with kinetic energy

human pump with kinetic energy

human pump with kinetic energy

human pump with kinetic energy

From : Gunwook Nam via



Make Your Own Biodiesel At Home And Live The Green Life

Biodiesel is a renewable source of energy and only a few knows about it still. Designer Ben Guthrie had made a step to introduce Biodiesel to people who want to help save the environment without compromising the comfort that they currently enjoy with life. They can still continue to drive their cars at a lesser cost and carbon emission and help keep the environment safe and clean. However, the Biodiesel machine available in the market today is expensive and the DIY on the other hand is messy. Unlike what designer Ben Guthrie has presented, it will allow green minded people to make their own biodiesel and live the eco-friendly life, without overspending and less mess.

Biodiesel

Biodiesel

Biodiesel

Via: Yanko Design



Solar Technology: Completes An Eco-friendly House Design

Save on electricity, fight global warming, and make the world a better place to live. These are just a few of the aims that people want to achieve in creating and designing eco-friendly homes. We can find homes claims to be eco-friendly and features different green features. Some have rainwater collecting system to save on water consumption, some uses recycled materials minimized the increase of landfills, and others are installing windmills to collect wind energy and the most common of all, the installation of solar panels. Today, another soar-powered home is built and this time around, students from Seminole Vocational Education Center who learned carpentry and electrician skills are the ones constructing the eco-home.

The group is composed of 40 students and they were able to build six wooden houses and all of the six houses are equipped with solar panels that produces electricity that is capable enough of running a light a fan.

Soalr Powered Home

Soalr Powered Home

Via: Solar Feeds and Tampa Bay Online



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