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How To Start Using Green Energy In Your Life



If you want to help the environment without breaking the bank, look no further! There are several ways to make your home greener without spending money you don’t have. Read this article for some quick and simple tips on how to go green at home, work, or while in the car!

 Electric Car Conversion Kits

If you’re interested in green energy, you must be thinking about getting an electric car kit to transform your gas car to run on battery power.  Not only will this save a little money at the gasoline pump, it will make it much more convenient.  This may be a whole lot more affordable than you believe.


To help you reduce your carbon footprint and also save plenty of money on gas for your car, consider investigating the benefits of the electric car. Electric vehicles can be enjoyable to drive and are typically environmentally friendly. Most are quite expensive right now, but are becoming more affordable as technology improves.


Try using programmable thermostats to save energy inside your home. These let you adjust the times when you can turn on your heater or air-conditioning according to the schedule you set up. As a result, you’re not operating anything as much when you’re not home, or when you’re asleep.


Do not do your laundry until you have enough for a full load. You will just be wasting water, and energy by doing half loads of laundry. Also, when possible try to set your washing machine to a cooler temperature setting. Let your clothes air dry, rather than putting them in the dryer.


To help you increase the amount of green energy you use in your home, try starting by using one room at a time. Powering your home using green energy can be very expensive so if you are in financial hardship, identify the rooms with the most energy usage and start with those first.


Whether it’s a celebrity, politician or scientist, many people are trying to get the populace educated on the problems that we will be facing, thanks to global warming. It’s great that you’re taking the time to learn what you can do to help, so put the tips you’ve read here to use and get started today!



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New Electric Car Unveiled in Japan

Japans Mitsubishi Motors has just unveiled its new i-MiEV electric car. The vehicle is priced at just over 47000 US dollars, less than other rival electric cars but still a hefty price compared to popular hybrid combined gas-electric vehicles. Plug it in, charge it up and drive it away. The new age of EVs, or electric vehicles, has come along and Japan’s Mitsubishi Motors hopes the new I-MiEV will energize the otherwise slow electric car business. Mass production has already begun with over …

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Electric cars of the future.

Mitsubishi Motors will sell its iMiev EV beginning in 2009. In 2007, Miles Electric Vehicles announced that it would produce a highway-speed all-electric sedan named the XS500. In early 2008, Dodge announced an electric concept car called Dodge Zeo. In May 2008 Nissan Motor Company announced plans to sell an electric car in the US and Japan by 2010. Other automakers like Fuji Heavy Industries are testing versions of electric cars, and General Motors and Toyota are working on battery-powered …

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Electric car vs Ferrari

Electric car vs Ferrari Porsche Carerra GT electric-vehicles-cars-bikes.blogspot.comOnly about 15% of the energy from the fuel you put in your tank gets used to move your car down the road or run useful accessories, such as air conditioning. The rest of the energy is lost to engine and drive line inefficiencies and idling. Therefore, the potential to improve fuel efficiency with advanced technologies is enormous. With an Electric Car it costs just .00 per 100kms with MUCH more performance …

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Mitsubishi i MiEV electric car

Learn more Mitsubishi i MiEV electric powered by lithium-ion batteries with 100 miles (160km) range and top speed of 80 mph (120km). This car will be available in UK/Japan mid-2009 and Australia/NZ late-2009 (all Right Hand Drive countries)Only about 15% of the energy from the fuel you put in your tank gets used to move your car down the road or run useful accessories, such as air conditioning. The rest of the energy is lost to engine and driveline …

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