Today, Bloom Energy launched its first technology, the Energy Server, which employs stacks of solid oxide fuel cells to convert air, as well as sources as “unclean” as fossil fuels, into usable electricity.
Well this is pretty nifty. During this recession, many people are looking for ways to cut back on costs, so you might be paying extra close attention to your electric bill. But knowing how much energy you're using can be hard to track. That's why there's the Tweet-a-Watt.