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CES yielded yet another spread of gadget goodies last week, this time trying to be a little greener than last year. If all of those shiny gizmos had you distracted, we’ve rounded up the top news from the week on Earth2Tech. CES Green Guide & Green […]

CES yielded yet another spread of gadget goodies last week, this time trying to be a little greener than last year. If all of those shiny gizmos had you distracted, we’ve rounded up the top news from the week on Earth2Tech.

  • CES Green Guide & Green CES Wrap-Up: CES 2008 has come and gone and a whole new bevy of energy efficient, recyclable, fuel cell powered gadgetry awaits us in the future. Check out the greenest offerings from this year’s show.
  • FAQ: Carbon Capture & Sequestration: When people say “clean coal” they really mean burning dirty coal as cleanly as possible. That cleaning process currently happens post-combustion as carbon emissions are captured and sequestered. But does it really work well enough to ensure a long and clean future for coal?
  • CES Interview: GM’s Lawrence Burns: Earth2Tech sat down with GM’s VP of R&D who admitted to mistakes with the EV-1, told us that cars would be way more efficient if they never crashed, and said the future the American car still rests with the American consumer.
  • SunPower’s Boom and Bust Cycle?: As solar stock slump amid good news and growth, investors should be wary of the familiar boom and bust cycle that has plagued housing and semiconductor investments in the past. But why?
  • Earth2Tech Maps: Biofuel Deathwatch: With corn and soy prices heading up and ethanol prices heading down a huge number of biofuel makers are hitting hard times and the hot ethanol boom is cooling as many new biofuel facilities are being postponed or scrapped.


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  1. Green energy is definitely the best solution in most cases. Technology like solar energy, wind power, fuel cells, zaps electric vehicles, EV hybrids, etc have come so far recently. Green energy even costs way less than oil and gas in many cases.

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