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California will the first state where rooftop solar panels will be a compulsory on all new homes. The rooftop power is transcending from a niche market and becoming a common norm.

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Stanford researchers have developed a new water-based battery that could lessen the need to burn carbon-emitting fossil fuels and provide an inexpensive way to store wind or solar energy.






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A team of Chinese scientists has made ground-breaking development of a new device – a 3D hollow-cone structure, which can increase the efficiency of solar-thermal conversion.






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The Swedish Government recently announced that it would allocate around 170m SEK (approx. 16m euros) for the installation of solar energy. The initial allocation was around 200m SEK.






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The government of Karnataka (an Indian state) recently inaugurated the first phase of the solar park in the drought-prone area of Tumkur district, which is approx 180 km from Bangalore.






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Diu, the first and the only Union Territory (UT) in India has led the way for the whole country by being fully 100% solar efficient.






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Nearly 7 billion square metres of glass surface only in the US solar windows would make a super way to harness the energy from the sun.






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The large-scale solar farms in the Netherlands are being built by companies from Britain, China, Germany, and Scandinavia, according to subsidy consultants and project developers.






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The premier of South Australia, Jay Weatherill, has reportedly entered into a contract with Tesla to create a virtual solar PV plant equipped with battery storage spanning 50,000 rooftops.