Stronger, Cleaner Concrete? and A Solar Panel that Acts as its Own Battery

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Stronger, Cleaner Concrete? and A Solar Panel that Acts as its Own Battery

Green Builder Media's September 4, 2015 Vantage Enewsletter
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Napa-Valley startup Watershed Materials has created a natural masonry that's twice as strong as concrete (7,000 psi).

A new technology developed by Japanese researchers features a translucent panel that not only converts solar power into electricity, it acts as a battery.

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New Rock-Based Blocks Said to Be Stronger, Less Polluting than Traditional Concrete Napa-Valley startup Watershed Materials has created a natural masonry that's twice as strong as concrete (7,000 psi).

Breakthrough: A Solar Panel that Acts as Its Own Battery A new technology developed by Japanese researchers features a translucent panel that not only converts solar power into electricity, it acts as a battery.

The Future of Transportation: Connected, Autonomous, and Electric Smart, self-driving, clean vehicles are redefining mobility.

Wisconsin's First Fortified Home is Designed for (Almost) Everything Nature Can Hurl at It The home is a response to the owner's experience under the Tampa, Fla.-based Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety’s (IBHS’s) brand new Fortified Home Program for wind and hail.

Driving Global Change With Design and Technology Winners of The Startup Showcase and Place By Design competitions to be announced at SXSW Eco®.

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