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Eco products to reverse climate change

The biggest threat facing the world is climate change.
E3 Enterprises believe that they can founder and develop the technology with which to stop and reverse climate change.

Discover E3 Eco

E3 Eco, have recently completed 2 years of research into using today’s technology for the purpose of reversing the impact human activity has had on the world around us.  Over the next 5 years E3 Eco plan to launch a range of new mobile accessories for both the fitness fanatic and those who want an awesome looking accessory with eco friendly credentials.

This website is our front door, so visit our blog and keep track of the latest news and developments on our E3 Eco project, you can also follow us on Twitter.

E3 Eco is working at the cutting edge of innovation, looking into how we can reverse our effects on the climate. From smartphones and accessories to mobile operating systems and eco values.

Latest News from E3 Eco

Greener Future, the alternatives

Greener future? What would it mean to have a greener future?  Recently in the news there has been a lot of talk about the big Climate Summit  in Paris .  A media hype surrounded the Paris agreement.  It is said that the Paris Agreement could bring an end to the reliance on fossil fuels. Certainly

Top 5 reasons to be green in the office

As we get ever closer to the end of 2015, we’re all getting ready for that big festive celebration on the 25th December. As the end of the year draws closer it certainly becomes more apparent as to how quickly technology is moving forward, new smartphones are launched onto the market every 6 months, new

The Journey Begins

It has been almost a month since the Plymouth Soup event and since then we have given a lot more thought to our idea of smartphones being powered by that big ball of light in the sky. On looking out the window this afternoon, the sun is certainly no where to be found and has

Solar energy is free and reusable, is it enough for the future? E3 Eco set out to seek alternative greener power sources.