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A new wave of analysis projects at transparent solar technologies being applied to display screens, cars, and windows, which could supply around 40% of the energy demand in the US.

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The Government of China is reportedly putting efforts at expanding its solar power supply, in order to meet 10% of the nation’s electricity needs with solar energy by 2030.






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Dutch car ‘Nuna 9’, the futuristic family car which reportedly uses the sun as power and also supplies energy back to the grid was hailed as the future recently at the World Solar Challenge.






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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.