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The Best Rechargeable Batteries and Chargers Of 2014

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In A Nutshell Overall, the best rechargeable AA battery is the Eneloop Pro (aka Sanyo XX Battery Powered By Eneloop). These batteries hold their charge for 12 months. They also have a high energy capacity (2500 mAh), and they perform better than similar high-capacity AAs. Another good rechargeable AA is Maha’s Imedion battery, which is cheaper than the Eneloop Pro (about […]

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Solar Water Heaters Now Mandatory In Hawaii

Solar Water Heater On Rooftop

Hawaii has become the first state to require solar water heaters in new homes. The bill was signed into law by Governor Linda Lingle, a Republican. It requires the energy-saving systems in homes starting in 2010. It prohibits issuing building permits for single-family homes that do not have solar water heaters. Hawaii relies on imported […]

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The Greenest Cell Phones of 2008

Sony Ericsson T650i Cell Phone

Most cell phones don’t even come close to being green — their chargers are energy inefficient, they contain hazardous chemicals, and they not are designed for upgrading or easy recycling. Recently though, some the big players in the field like Nokia and Sony Ericsson are making moves towards green design. As far as assessing which […]

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3 Reasons Light Rail is an Efficient Transportation Option for U.S. Cities

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Light rail is a type of electric railway that runs on right-of-way railroad tracks or on tracks in city streets. Using their own lanes and able to go anywhere, light rail cars mix well in urban settings by not getting caught up in traffic congestion. Though the United States operates the largest and most efficient […]

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