5 Top Tech Trends In Green Technology

5 Top Tech Trends In Green Technology
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Green technology is becoming more common in the tech industry. Here are five top trends:


Blockchain is a digital ledger that keeps track of transactions. It’s used to record transactions and keep track of assets, but it can also be used for other things like voting or keeping track of medical records. Blockchain is a decentralized system, meaning that no one party controls the data stored within it–it’s shared with everyone who has access to it (this also means there are no central servers). Because blockchain uses encryption techniques to ensure security and privacy, it provides a secure way to store data without having access restrictions imposed by third parties

Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of devices, vehicles, buildings and other items that are embedded with electronics, software, sensors and actuators to enable these objects to connect and exchange data. The IoT allows objects to be sensed or controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure the use of standardized communication protocols.

The first step toward IoT is for all your devices to be connected wirelessly. This means you can control them from anywhere in the world–as long as they’re within range of an available Wi-Fi network or Bluetooth device connection (if you have one).

Artificial intelligence (AI)

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a broad term that encompasses many different technologies. AI is an area of computer science that focuses on developing intelligent machines that work and react like humans. It’s used in many different industries, including healthcare, finance, manufacturing–even agriculture!

AI systems can learn from data and make predictions based on those predictions. For example: If you’re hungry when you wake up in the morning but don’t want to cook breakfast yourself because it takes too long; instead of waking up earlier so you can have time to cook before going out into the world; instead of buying pre-made food items from grocery stores (or restaurants); etc., why not let an “intelligent” system take care of this problem for us?

Electric Vehicles (EVs)

  • EVs are more efficient than gas-powered vehicles.
  • EVs have lower maintenance costs.
  • EVs have lower fuel costs, which means you can spend less on gas and more on other things!
  • You’ll be doing your part for the environment by driving an EV, since they don’t emit harmful emissions into the air like traditional cars do.

Renewable energy

Renewable energy is a type of energy that is replenished by natural processes, such as sunlight and wind. It can be used in many ways, including heating and cooling buildings, generating electricity and transportation.

Renewable energy sources include:

  • Solar power (solar panels)
  • Wind power (wind turbines)
  • Hydroelectricity (water turbines)

Green technology is becoming more common in the tech industry.

Green technology is becoming more common in the tech industry. This includes everything from renewable energy sources, to eco-friendly packaging and recycling programs. For example, Apple’s new headquarters is powered by 100% renewable energy and Google has invested heavily in wind farms across North America. On the other hand, some companies are not using green technologies at all–for example Amazon has been criticized for its lack of transparency regarding its carbon footprint and zero emission vehicle program called Prime Air (which allows customers to order products with drones).

As you can see, there are many different types of green technology that are being developed. While some may seem like they’re too far off in the future to be relevant today, others have already had a huge impact on our lives. For example, blockchain is used by many companies to track their supply chains while EVs and AI could help us reduce carbon emissions from vehicles and factories–two industries where pollution is especially bad for the environment.