Flexible Solar On Every Surface with Phil Layton

This week we have a guest interview with Phil Layton, CEO of Pi Energy, which is a company developing thin, flexible, solar nanofilms that make it possible to install solar on almost any surface. We chat with Phil about new solar possibilities, how scientists are working to capture more power from the sun, why Noel and Jacob are dressed in America.

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Electric Vehicles and Their Impact on the Environment

Sales of electric vehicles (EVs) are rapidly increasing worldwide, particularly in countries like Norway, Iceland and Sweden. In 2021, sales numbers doubled from the previous year and the World Economic Forum suggests more EVs are sold per week than the entire number sold in 2012. The standard internal combustion engine (ICE) market experienced significant declines […]

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Thin Is In: The Future of Solar Panels

No matter how common (or rare) it is to see solar panels in your area, if your neighbor has them, you know it. Solar panels are typically big and bulky, so they stick out like a sore thumb. Some homeowners even consider them an eyesore. This can make them reluctant to adopt this vital and […]

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How College Campuses Can Increase Energy Efficiency

College campuses are physically widespread and have far-reaching effects on people’s development, serving as a launchpad from adolescence to adulthood for many students. Therefore, they must prioritize energy efficiency. Here are a few ways universities can go green and lower their energy bill simultaneously. Add Extra Insulation to Buildings A building with thick insulation in […]

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5 Green Insulation Options Safe to Use in Vacation Homes

When people think of a vacation (or holiday) home, their thoughts might spring to a beautiful villa or townhouse tucked away in the hills of a warm and sunny country. Because people commonly vacation in warm countries, they may not think insulation is something they need to worry about in their holiday homes. Decked out […]

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8 Surprising Ways to Save Energy in Your Home

Throughout the years, homeowners have grown accustomed to energy efficiency involving green design, upgraded appliances, solar panel systems and eco-centric behavioral changes. For example, you may be more apt to turn off lights when you’re not occupying a room, use automated heating and cooling systems, and have become proficient in taking shorter showers. Each of these […]

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How To Sustainably Grow and Develop Your Business

There is no question sustainable growth is the key to long-term success for any business. But, unfortunately, many entrepreneurs struggle with implementing sustainable practices into their company’s routine. This can often be due to a lack of knowledge or confusion about what sustainability actually means. In this article, we will discuss some of the best […]

This Week In Green – Mar 18, 2022

For ‘This Week In Green’ on March 18th we’ve got an underwater museum, CO2 beer bubbles, desert veggies, and the biggest dating app blunder of all time! You don’t want to miss this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast where we offer up greenwashing advice to businesses. 

This Week In Green – Mar 11, 2022

For this week in green we’ve got the real life Electric Avenue for you to rock down to, Samsung casts a fishing net to make phones, South Korea soaks up the sun with giant solar plum blossoms, and a new satellite that will see everything meteorologists cannot. You don’t want to miss this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast where we wrap up the show with things that are surprisingly still legal! 

This Week In Green – Mar 4, 2022

We are back with a brand new ‘This Week In Green’ on The Biofriendly Podcast for March 4, 2022! This week we’ve got tree batteries, a diaper highway, solar powered clothing, super seawomen, and more.