This Week’s Top 10 Green-Tech Articles From Around the Web

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We were driving down a highway a few days ago and I saw an enormous blade from a windmill being carried on the back of a flatbed truck. It was an unbelievable sight to see — I’ve seen windmills before, but I was never so close to one. It made such an impression on me that I started to think about all of the technology that goes into making our world greener.

Technology is often a source of environmental problems, but it can be such an awe-inspiring thing. We’re constantly growing and inventing new things, making science-fiction stories become reality. So, in honor of all this, I’ve scoured the web to find this week’s most interesting green-tech related articles.

#1 Solar Power from Space: Moving Beyond Science Fictionyale_environment


 
#2 Growing Green Curtains Reduces Energy Usageeco-salon

 
#3 Solar Powered Skins for iPhone and iPod Touchsolar_iphone_skin

 
#4 Google’s Green Efforts Increasingly Homegrowngreentech_google

 
#5 San Francisco Gets Smart with Green Technologysanfrancisco

 
#6 Driving Force: Harvesting Kinetic Energy From Passing Carspassingcars

 
#7 Electric Car-Charging Network Expandscarchargingnetwork

 
#8 New Energy Star for TVs Calls for Better Efficiency, Smaller Sizesecogeek_energystar

 
#9 Almost Half of Americans Would Buy Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehiclespaystolivegreen

 
#10 Green Technology, Climate Change, and the U.S. and Chinaeye_on_asia

 

What did I miss?

Let me know what I’ve missed or what’s caught your eye this week in the comments!

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