Top 6 Green Energy Stories of 2010 – Vote for Your Favorite!
Posted By Diane Pham On December 30, 2010 @ 6:05 pm In Best of 2010,Renewable Energy | No Comments
Innovations in green energy are bursting forth as countries around the world seek out sustainable alternatives to oil and coal. 2010 was ripe with a bounty of products, discoveries and ideas, and the year shone especially bright when it came to breakthroughs in solar and wind energy. From next-gen turbines  capable of tripling energy production, to discoveries that reduce the costs of solar cell manufacturing , to affordable wind turbines  geared towards the everyday consumer, read ahead for the big stories that captured the headlines and your page views this year – and don’t forget to vote for your favorite!
Which is your favorite green energy story of 2010?
Total Voters: 446
URL to article: http://inhabitat.com/top-6-green-energy-stories-of-2010-vote-for-your-favorite/
URLs in this post:
 next-gen turbines: http://inhabitat.com/wind-lens-turbines-could-boost-energy-generation-3x/
 reduce the costs of solar cell manufacturing: http://inhabitat.com/super-cheap-solar-cells-switch-gold-for-nickel/
 affordable wind turbines: http://inhabitat.com/affordable-efficient-honeywell-turbine-hits-shelves-next-month/
 Image: http://www.inhabitat.com/solar-power-is-cheaper-than-nuclear-for-the-first-time/
 Image: http://inhabitat.com/heat-your-home-with-soltech-energys-beautiful-glass-roof-tiles/
 Image: http://inhabitat.com http://inhabitat.com/bob-americas-biggest-sodium-sulfur-battery-powers-a-texas-town/
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