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From the second half of 2012 new electric buses will be tested on routes in Copenhagen. Model K9 is 12 meters long and 2,5 m wide. Compared to conventional buses reduces carbon emission by 55 percent and what is more, it does not spread any exhaust particles- and this could help to a lot of urban air environments quiet significantly. Based on internet sources, the battery charges 4 to 6 hours and with this charge the bus could pass a distance of approximatelly 250km.
As everyone knows, Denmark, is best know of energy consumption and green solution in the market. So, the Danish Energy Agency developed the first hydrogen community in world, for domestic consumption.
The village of Vestenskov was transformed to integrate a system that provide electricity and heating consumption for the houses, based on sustainable energy sources combined with hydrogen technology, fuel cell system and components.
Have you ever spilled water on your laptop? Not a problem anymore! How about charging it with water?! Designer team Seunggi Baek a Hyerim Kim introducing Plantbook.
Innovative construction methods made a huge highlight in the field of airplane technology lately when company Airbus introduced a new project of a „transparent“ plane powered by the body heat.