This Robotic "Fish" Will Save Salmon from Damnation

Though hydroelectric dams accounted for nearly half of our renewable energy production in 2013, these structures have placed public utilities at odds with conservationists who argue that the dams unduly stress migrating fish during spawning season. That's where a robo-fish comes in » 11/06/14 11:40am 11/06/14 11:40am

Scientists Figured Out a Way to Help Power Homes with Toilet Flushes

A team of researchers in South Korea have a pretty exciting new idea for hydroelectricity. They figured out a way to turn the mechanical energy from flowing water into a sustainable energy source. In other words, your toilet flushes could help power your home. » 4/18/14 6:40pm 4/18/14 6:40pm

Hydroelectric Bucket Will Gladly Help You Miss the Point of Camping

Sam Redfield of the Appropriate Infrastructure Development Group has designed a bucket-based hydroelectric generator that can be made with easily obtainable, affordable parts. The "pico generator" is intended to provide a modest power supply suitable for home lighting and small appliances to remote destinations.… » 6/27/08 7:45pm 6/27/08 7:45pm