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In Australia we can reduce our power consumption considerably using more power efficient devices. Products that help reduce or monitor power consumption are featured here alongside innovative products and ideas that help us benefit by living more efficiently.

By understanding where our energy is being used we can greatly reduce our reliance on grid based power. In 2009 Google made a public statement at the International Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. Quite simply it was, “Governments across the world should ensure people have real-time access to their home energy information.”.

With a raised awareness of power consumption and by using more efficient options to replace older products we can embrace new ideas to replace old habits, without having a major impact on our lives.

Here are some interesting eco products and ideas:

EnerLogic – Energy efficient window films

April 14th, 2014

Energy efficient windows

Energy efficient window films have taken on the double-glaze market. With amazing efficiencies and lower costs due to new technology, companies such as EnerLogic are emerging as…

Reincarnate into a tree – Urna Bios

April 7th, 2014

urna bios

As you may already know we are running out of space in our cemeteries around the world. The Cemeteries and Crematoria Bill of NSW released information that includes new measures for…

The Average Barbie

March 31st, 2014

average barbie

Since the first Barbie was designed by Ruth Handler and released in 1959, she has been constantly scrutinised for her image and influence on young women. Her unrealistic body proportions…

The Future of Lighting is OLED

March 24th, 2014

oled plus pendant

If someone asked me what I thought was one of the most significant inventions in the history of mankind I would have to say Thomas Edison’s invention of the electric light bulb in 1879.…

Apple headphones talk of i-town

March 17th, 2014

apple headphones patent

A patent was granted for Apple headphones capable of biometric monitoring and instantly tongues started wagging in the tech-set, but typical of the i-developer no one is really sure…

Ford’s time in the sun with the C-MAX Solar Energi Concept

March 10th, 2014

Ford C-MAX solar energi concept

By using a magnifying glass to boost the efficiency of solar panels Ford has developed a concept hybrid car that can take all its electrical power from the sun.
The Ford C-MAX Solar Energi…

New eco solution spider catcher

March 3rd, 2014

spider vac catcher

An eco-solution spider catcher? Truth be told, if I see a spider, I want to nuke it. I hate, loathe despise them. Not very Buddhist, I know, but there are far too many legs for my liking.…

The World’s Smallest Washing Machine – The Scrubba Wash Bag

February 24th, 2014

scrubba wash bag

This new little invention known as the Scrubba Wash Bag has been labeled as one of the Greatest Gifts for Travelers by Forbes Magazine, was recently featured in Lonely Planet and voted…

Tiny windmill is turning heads

February 17th, 2014

tiny windmill

A micro-approach to renewable energy is on the cards after American scientists designed and built a tiny windmill less than 2 millimetres in diameter.
Everything is supposed to be…

A new exoskeleton racing vehicle is anti-robot

February 10th, 2014

human robot

It’s partly art, partly a new sport and a bit of an engineering feat, but above all the Prosthesis anti-robot is about making life more interesting, and a step away from the virtualisation…

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