CleanTech

U.S. to see Nissan’s zero-emission electric vehicles by 2012

U.S. to see Nissan’s zero-emission electric vehicles by 2012

Japan's No. 3 automaker, Nissan Motor Co. said it expected to build more than 100,000 affordable zero-emission electric vehicles a year when it starts U.S. production at its plant in Smyrna, Tennessee from 2012.

As per Nissan's estimates United States and Japan will see zero-emission cars in 2010, followed by a global roll-out in 2012.

IBM unveils Aquasar – a high-performance computer cooled by water!

IBM unveils Aquasar – a high-performance computer cooled by water!

In one of the most recent attempts in support of green technology, IBM has unveiled a ground-breaking high-performance computer (HPC) called Aquasar, which by using water for cooling, will reduce e

Sony Ericsson unveils two “eco-friendly” handsets - C901 GreenHeart and Naite

Sony Ericsson unveils two “eco-friendly” handsets - C901 GreenHeart and Naite

In sync with its GreenHeart initiative launched last September, Sony Ericsson Thursday unveiled its two “eco-friendly” handset models - C901 GreenHeart and Naite. The unveiling of the two energy-efficient “greener” phones reiterates Sony Ericsson’s commitment to push greener features across its product line in the next two-year period.

Tesla’s 345 electric roadsters recalled due to ‘suspension’ defect

Tesla’s 345 electric roadsters recalled due to ‘suspension’ defect

Underlining the hiccups associated with the switch-over to the EV technology, the $109,000 version of electric Roadster manufactured by Tesla Motors have been recalled, due to contract manufacturer Lotus' 'suspension' lapse pertaining to improper installation of bolts.

IBM's proposed data center at Syracuse University to use 50% less energy

IBM's proposed data center at Syracuse University to use 50% less energy

IBM's is pursuing its ambitious objective of "Smarter Planet" green IT initiative a step further, with the proposed new data center at the Syracuse University campus. The

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