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Due to advancement in technology and rise in efficiency of the solar power plants, the cost of energy per kWh has been dropping drastically. In the United States, solar power cost has dropped a whopping 70% since the year 2009, as the panels are getting smarter.

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The world’s largest solar park at one place was unveiled in Kamudhi in Ramanathapuram district in southern Tamil Nadu, India on 22nd September 2016. The power plant having installed capacity of 648 megawatts is erected and commissioned by Adani Green Energy.






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After the recent acquisition of SolarCity by Tesla Motors, the group chairman Elon Musk has announced that the company will make a roof made of solar panels; further claiming that they will not only look more attractive but will also last longer than the traditional roofs.






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Indian solar energy sector is in the midst of never seen before growth, the tariffs are declining rapidly. Moreover it is getting supported due to a global glut of photovoltaic panels and other equipment.






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The UC has entered a 25-year power purchase agreement for the full power output, with project developer Centaurus Renewable Energy. This Five Points Solar Farm has 271,200 solar panels, covering approximately three-quarters of a square mile of fallow farmland.






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The solar power tree is actually an arrangement of solar panels which resembles a tree. It has a stem and trunks made up of steel which holds the photovoltaic panels. The branches hold up the 30 photovoltaic panels and the system costs around Rs. 5 lakh (USD 7500) with battery back-up.






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The invention of solar cell that cheaply and very efficiently converts atmospheric carbon dioxide directly into usable hydrocarbon fuel, using only sunlight energy is a big technological breakthrough.






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Singapore Scientists claim to have found a new, cheaper and easier way to manufacture solar cells – Perovskite solar cell. Perovskite is a calcium titanium oxide mineral composed of calcium titanate.






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Three UK research organisations have teamed up to develop sodium-ions cells with considerably lower-cost as compared to current lithium-ions cells for storing solar power.