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Researchers from the Sweden’s Chalmers University of Technology have designed an energy system to store solar energy in liquid form for around two decades (up to 18 years).

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Wind and solar power, the rapidly growing sources of electricity, touched a record 10% of global electricity in 50 countries in 2021, reports a new analysis by energy think tank Ember.

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The world is changing, and the way we produce and consume energy is evolving with it. In this new era, blockchain technology and cryptocurrency are playing a pivotal role in shaping the future of sustainable energy.

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Solar panels in the shape of plum blossoms, floating on the reservoir in South Korea could power homes in the country.

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Renewable energy leader Green Genius from Lithuania plans to invest over 450 million euros in photovoltaic parks in Romania by 2025. The developer confirmed plans to build over 500 MW Solar PV capacity to generate green and clean energy in the country.

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The clear transition towards generating more of the country’s energy through solar power stations is taking place with the participation of both the public and private sectors in Egypt.

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California-based MiaSolé, France-based Solar Cloths, and Renault have joined hands to release a 300-watt solar panel that’s shatterproof to be attached to the wind deflector of Renault trucks.

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Monash University researchers have been drawing parallels of sunlight in the city of Melbourne and computing the solar energy that the urban area could produce.

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Singapore may soon be drawing around 15% of its electricity from Australia by 2027 if a scheme by Australian firm Sun Cable materializes.