Top 10 Green Technologies in 2008

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A cool new top 10 list published by Wired Magazine focuses on the coolest green technological breakthroughs that occurred during the last year, and it’s definitely worth a look.A cool new top 10 list published by Wired Magazine focuses on the coolest green technological breakthroughs that occurred during the last year, and it’s definitely worth a look. 10. Solar Islands to produce massive amounts of clean power, 9. Carbon Capture in Minerals to reduce the CO2 levels in the atmosphere, 8. Green Tech Legislation that halted coal plant construction, 7. Electrolysis Catalyst to store energy in water, 6. The Pickens Plan and nationwide wind farms, 5. Solar Thermal Plants to turn liquids into steam to generate energy, 4. Obama picks a Nobel prize winning physicist to head Department of Energy, 3. Solar Cell Production makes a huge leap. Keep reading to see the top 2 Green Technology Breakthroughs of 2008.

2. Project Better Place that plans to distribute chargeable and tradable battery stations through places like Israel, Hawaii, and even cities like San Francisco, to help promote the use of electric cars.

1. Green Cement by Calera is a super-green manufacturing process that cuts out almost all of the heat necessary in creating cement, allowing for tons and tons of carbon dioxide to be saved from fossil fuel burning.

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  • Ian Andrew

    As the Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Greener Ideal, Ian has been a driving force in environmental journalism and sustainable lifestyle advocacy since 2008. With over a decade of dedicated involvement in environmental matters, Ian has established himself as a respected expert in the field. Under his leadership, Greener Ideal has consistently delivered independent news and insightful content that empowers readers to engage with and understand pressing environmental issues.

    Ian’s expertise extends beyond editorial leadership; his hands-on experience in exploring and implementing sustainable practices equips him with practical knowledge that resonates with both industry professionals and eco-conscious audiences. This blend of direct involvement and editorial oversight has positioned Ian as a credible and authoritative voice in environmental journalism and sustainable living.

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