Jude Buffum created this fun infographic for a IEEE Spectrum (October 2010 Edition) story about the rise of wind power around the world.
Russian oil is exported all over the world. But most of it - 87 percent - goes to Europe.via en.rian.ru
Take a look at the world’s energy consumption as a factor of renewable and non-renewable energy resources.via www.travelinsurance.org
Did the ancient Greek inventor Archimedes build a solar-powered steam cannon that fired flaming projectiles? It's been suggested he did, and below is a graphical reconstruction of how it might of worked.via www.newscientist.com
A look at the different components of a hybrid car.via Mina Liu
Harnessing the wind is something that humanity has been doing for a very long time. The earliest example is the sailboat, developed independently all over the world; the sailboat uses the force of the wind to move a boat over the water.
Day to day waste may not seem significant, but added up over larger periods of time, an individuals waste can be much larger than most realize.This infographic shows what consumption looks like over the course of a lifetime at average consumption and waste levels.via www.wellhome.com
Here are a few simple ways to reduce your energy usage and save yourself big dollars in the process.via www.energyauthority.net
Infographic looking at how research into alternative energy compares with some of the more rediculous wastes of money in Americavia www.wellhome.com