Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green.
This week Inhabitat brought you a surge of renewable energy news as groundbreaking projects supercharged every corner of the world. London officially crowned the first skyscraper with built-in wind turbines
while Sicily generated solar power in the dead of night with the world's first solar plant that stores energy using molten salt
. And speaking of solar power, China is heating things up with the largest building-integrated photovoltaic plant on the planet
In transportation news, we scored an exclusive interview with auto manufacturer Edison2, who is currently coming up aces with three ultra-efficient vehicles in the final stages of the Progressive Auto X Prize
-- and we watched high-tech aviation soar to new heights as Airbus unveiled its vision for a fuel-efficient aircraft of the future
Finally, we were wowed by the world's first biomass consuming robot
, which actually eats, excretes, and can run for a whole week unsupervised. If you're thinking "I can do that" then we encourage you to try - why not start training with this exercise-inducing treadmill desk
? Don't forget to wear your spiffy glow-in-the-dark performance wear
; your co-workers will love it.