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The Dubai Water and Electricity Authority (DEWA) announced the world’s largest concentrated solar power project, located on a single site in the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park.

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A team of scientists from Japan-based research institute RIKEN and the University of Tokyo has developed a new type of ultra-thin organic photovoltaic cell which can generate electricity.






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Perovskite based solar panels are surely a very attractive alternative to the present conventional solar cells made of silicon. They are relatively cheaper and easy to produce.






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The scientists at Stanford University, California have developed a cooling system which is capable of reducing the inside temperature of a building in a very hot climate condition by 20%.






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As per the research conducted in Ireland, the solar panels on rooftops of homes and business establishments can significantly contribute to the country’s switch over to clean energy.






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On 21st August 2017 millions of sky-gazers in the United States had gathered at the sites from where this rare event of total solar eclipse could be watched clearly.






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The researchers from the University of Manchester have found a method to use polystyrene particles instead of expensive polymers to manufacture the solar cells.






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 TuNur is a solar export project from Tunisia to Europe.  The developer of the project has filed a permit request recently to the energy ministry of Tunisia.






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In an initiative to make the Indian rail network more eco-friendly, the country has launched its first solar-powered train, which is expected to save nearly 21,000 litres of diesel per year.