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Green News - October 2012

By Hanleigh Daniels 1 October 2012

BMW unveils its new C Evolution electric scooter prototype in this month's Green News, whilst robots are employed to make solar panels more effective. FULL STORY >

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Sasol Solar Challenge 2012 winding down to a big finish

By Hanleigh Daniels 26 September 2012

An update from the 5 400 km Sasol Solar Challenge 2012 endurance race. FULL STORY >

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Sasol Solar Challenge 2012 gets underway

By Hanleigh Daniels 18 September 2012

The Sasol Solar Challenge has begun today from the CSIR in Pretoria. FULL STORY >

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Countdown to Sasol Solar Challenge 2012 begins

By Hanleigh Daniels 4 September 2012

The start of Sasol's Solar Challenge 2012 is almost here. Sasol provides more details around the reasoning behind its involvement in the race. FULL STORY >

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Green News - September 2012

By Hanleigh Daniels 29 August 2012

Toyota set to break new EV ground in this month's Green News, whilst Bill Gates looks to reinvent the toilet and IBM sets world record for PV energy conversion efficiency. FULL STORY >

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Sasol Solar Challenge 2012 gets underway in September

By Hanleigh Daniels 28 August 2012

The biennial Sasol Solar Challenge endurance race is taking place between 18 and 29 September. FULL STORY >

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Green News - August 2012

By Hanleigh Daniels 30 July 2012

Making headlines in this month's Green News is an eco race car that sets a speed record, whilst scientists are looking to power future gadgets via your tshirt and Apple delist and then relist their products on a eco registry. FULL STORY >

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Green News - June 2012

By Hanleigh Daniels 28 June 2012

Making headlines in this month's Green News is MotoCzysz who set a speed record at the 2012 Isle of Man race, whilst the Solar Impulse solar powered airplane made another historic flight. FULL STORY >

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Green News - May 2012

By Hanleigh Daniels 25 May 2012

A new eco measure for your roof, BMW's i8 Concept Spyder and tiny solar cells all form part of this month's Green News. FULL STORY >

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ARM unveils Cortex-M0+ microprocessor

By Hanleigh Daniels 15 March 2012

ARM announces its latest processor dubbed the Cortex-M0, which the company says is the world's most energy-efficient microprocessor. FULL STORY >

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Eco News - March 2012

By Hanleigh Daniels 1 March 2012

Plant muck is used to deliver solar power, Tesla makes a PR hot lap in its latest super (eco) car and Nissan introduces its energy efficient carrier in this month's eco news. FULL STORY >

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Netshield Solar Tracker

By Staff Writer 7 February 2012

While Eskom warns of possible load shedding and with winter still ahead of us when electricity usage typically reaches its highest point, using solar powered solutions is as relevant as ever. FULL STORY >

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Green News - February 2012

By Hanleigh Daniels 6 February 2012

Getting some cash back for your tech waste, making wasteful chargers illegal and new lithium-air cell electric battery technology all form part of this month's Green News. FULL STORY >

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HP - How green IT can reduce costs, increase productivity

By Staff Writer 3 February 2012

All businesses must be prepared to address the challenges and opportunities associated with energy use, and IT is the catalyst that can help reduce their impact and costs in the short-term and transform their business for the low-carbon... FULL STORY >

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IT - What it means to go green

By Staff Writer 3 February 2012

Green IT remains a fuzzy concept for many, with uses of the term and its interpretation varying wildly. FULL STORY >

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