Editor’s Note: Uh-oh! Looks like Coride is now defunct. Check out our post about 15 best apps for rideshare and carshare apps here on Green Living Ideas instead! Instead of driving alone on your next long-distance trip, this ridesharing app and network can help you find a like-minded traveling partner willing to share a ride, […]
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Efficient travel, whether it’s across the city or across the country, means getting to your destination using the least amount of money and time, and if you score things environmentally, then it also means contributing the least amount of emissions to our already overburdened atmosphere. There are a number of methods and apps for helping […]
Would it sway your purchasing decisions if you knew that the companies behind the products you normally buy are contributing large amounts of money to candidates or parties that you’re personally opposed to? Would you like to put your money where your beliefs are, by only buying those brands that support the same values and […]
Maybe you’ve been burning the midnight oil getting your startup ready to launch, and you can’t take a single minute more working at your job. Or maybe you’ve just had it with your boss or coworkers, and are ready to find a new job. Or maybe you’ve won the lottery or a big poker game, […]
This could be a great Valentine’s Day gift for some of you. SideCar expands reach to LA, Philadelphia and Austin. Even better news? Chicago, New York, Boston and Washington DC are next!
OPower teams up with Facebook and NRDC to roll out a new app that lets you add your utility bills to Facebook to see if you can use less than your friend network. Think of it as “Farmville” for utility bill savings.
OPower is a new customer engagement platform for the utility industry. It reinvents the way utilities interact with customers—from the quality of the information provided to the way it’s presented and delivered. It helps people use energy more efficiently and ultimately save money on their energy bills. And it vastly improves the overall customer experience by making energy use personally relevant.
GPS enabled phones such as the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry have made getting around so much easier, and in the case of geocaching, more fun. But what if you’re a green minded individual, in a city you’ve never been to before, or even in your own town, and want to know what businesses have got what you want?