Despite several attempts to get contemporary data from LED light designers, companies who design and build custom-made light installations, up to date government policy on residential lighting …. we cannot get anyone to submit a release about what they are doing. Which is a real shame because LED lights represent some of the most beautiful […]
The Isle of Wight-based plant hire, skip and recycling firm Reynolds and Read has installed a revolutionary boiler at its new premises in Brickfields, Ryde. As the first of its kind in the UK, the boiler heats 10,000 litres of water in under two hours but is also an environmentally friendly money saver. Reynolds and […]
So Germany has turned to good old coal power plants just as India and China have. The German fixation on green energy programs, especially solar, seems to be waning. Solar power – never a good option in Germany – has failed so far even with massive subsidies. Wind power has delivered only localised good and […]
Despite the public reaction to wind farms, there is still a need to explore residential wind turbines as an energy resource. A residential turbine can add considerably to a home’s electricity generation particularly in coastal areas, or areas known to be windy. What’s missing is decent public education on the benefits of wind turbine power […]
In the UK – and in many other countries – the new electric bikes are posing a problem for governments. When are they a bike and when are they not a bike? Simple motor driven bicycles with a speed of 15mph are considered unsafe to drive in cycle lanes. However, many ‘traditional’ bicycles now attain […]
With e-bikes now exceeding 55-60mph new safety helmets and clothing is essential. But where are the designers?
Ever seen a Harley ‘grand-dad’ in his full regalia? You know what I mean, a guy reaches 55 and then decides to go back to his routes by buying a chrome-laiden babe magnet. And he buys a big helmet with full wifi, bluetooth, a DAB radio jammed at Radio 2 where nowdays even Johny Rotten […]
These things are totally bizarre, traditional mansions jacked up in the air on stilts to get above the floodlines set after Katrina and Sandy blew through. There used to be a real vernacular of houses built on stilts in the south, but they tended to be light and small. Sure they are a great renewable […]