♻️ Green Tech

Green Tech is an important part of the solution of climate change and other enviromental problems. Here you will find articles covering recycling, water purifying and tech used to conserve and protect natural resources. Also, news about Warp Green Tech Program will be found here.

Linn Winge 2 min read

πŸ‡³πŸ‡΄ Norway gets fully electric public transport system

At the end of this year, travelers in Oslo, Norway can expect to circulate fossil fuel-free as the city plans the world’s first fully electric public transit system.

Linn Winge 1 min read

♻️ Sustainability Boosts Zero-Waste Packaging Market

The zero-waste packaging market is anticipated to expand significantly due to the growing focus on sustainable packaging together with improving waste management infrastructure.

Linn Winge 1 min read

πŸ€– BB - a beach-cleaning robot

BeachBot is a mobile beach cleaning robot which picks up cigarette butts from the sand and disposes them into safe bins. The robot uses an AI-detection algorithm to find the butts.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

🌊 Swedish company is building the world's largest facility for wave power

A wave power plant in Ordu in Turkey is to become the largest land-based plant in the world.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

β›΅ Environmentally friendly boat paint is more effective than environmentally hazardous alternatives

Silicone-based boat bottom paints are better for both the environment and the boat hulls.

Linn Winge 1 min read

πŸ€– Robot collects rare minerals from the seafloor

A company has proven that sustainable ocean mining is possible with the world's first hovering robot.

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πŸ”‹ Seasalt batteries - a cheap, green alternative to lithium

Researchers have designed a cheap new sea salt battery with four times the energy storage capacity of lithium.

Linn Winge 2 min read

πŸš— Car powered by the sun is soon coming to the US

In the beginning of next year a car powered by the sun called Squad solar electric city car is coming to the US.

Linn Winge 2 min read

πŸ§ͺ Chemical process turns non-recyclable PVC into useful materials

New research from the University of Michigan has targeted one of the most difficult materials to reuse, namely PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and created a chemical process which can turn this previously non-recyclable material into something useful.