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Though we don’t talk too often about clean tech here on Green Living Ideas , we’re certainly big fans of a renewable future! Wind, solar and geothermal energy technologies are always evolving and expanding, and today it’s more common than ever to find solar panels, electric vehicles and wind turbines around the world. However, geothermal projects can make a big difference in the world’s energy use. Ever wonder how to get access to geothermal energy?

Hana Hideaway: A stunningly green dwelling in Old Hawaii

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Green Products. Green Homes. Green Living. Green Tips. Home Appliances. Geothermal Energy. Hana Hideaway: A stunningly green dwelling in Old Hawaii. Hana Hideaway is a custom eco-friendly home for a tranquil stay in Old Hawaii. You can enjoy the lush green oasis, serene ambiance and chuckling ocean near you in the Hana Hideaway, which is for sale. EVO PC Concept: Old wine in a green new bottle.

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Generating power from seawater using graphite foam

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Green Products. Green Homes. Green Living. Green Tips. Home Appliances. Geothermal Energy. Geothermal power is the only constant green source of base power, unlike solar and wind power, which are unreliable. At present, a laboratory scale heat exchanger is being built by Klett and his colleagues for testing at NELHA (National Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority). Tapis Rouge: A green installation by Marseillian artist.

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America’s Energy Mix: How Much Renewable Energy Do We Have?

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Great stories are everywhere about the solar, wind, geothermal, and biomass revolution. Quite on the contrary, my company, Pono Home , a green home consulting franchise business , has found that simple and effective strategies around energy efficiency in the home can save over 3500 kWh per year, and save residents upwards of $500 to $1500 per year on their utility bills (more in Hawaii, where we live, where electricity costs an absurd amount).