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Electric Vehicle Conversion

Zero Carbon House

Environmental Policy & Tax Break Information

Interesting and informative links separate from the projects above:


Makezine Blog

OK, I'm cheating on the first one. This isn't a link to a specific article, but it has a lot of do-it-yourself projects, some of which are environment related. Make: Magazine is a magazine where they show you how to make stuff (duh). In the magazine they have shown how to make windmills, electric conversions and other things. The cool thing about Make is that they have a blog, where they post a lot more projects than they can fit in the magazine. That's what this link is.


10 Steps to Converting a Car to Run on Veggie Oil

This page breaks down the conversion process into 10 broad steps and provides links to forums that cover topics like components, troubleshooting and personal experiences.

Convert Your Car to Run on Water

This website offers some FAQ's about the validity of using water in place of gasoline to power automobiles as well as some basic plans for the conversion process. The information on this site iis in the same realm as the technology our guest Stefan was talking about in our meeting on September 17, 2007. Very interesting possibility if anyone has an old car they have no real use for.

Hydraulic Battery Hybrid - Popular Science

I liked this article about a hydraulic battery hybrid car from the September 2006 issue of Popular Science. I think it shows how much can be gained from using existing technology in different ways.

Six Strokes of Genius - Popular Science

Another example of using existing (or old) technology in new ways. This guy injects some water into an internal combustion engine at the end of the 4th stroke and gains two more strokes from the steam turbine action. From May 2007.


10 Steps to End America's Fossil Fuel Addiction - Popular Science

They have some interesting ideas about what to do to get us off of fossil fuels. I like the flying windmills.


A Low Impact Woodland Home

A home build out of straw bales and downed trees and mud. The result is actually very beautiful.

Live Green, Live Smart

The nations first renovated LEED Platinum certified house located in Minnetonka

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