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The researchers at the Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, are establishing new ways of storing solar energy. They have demonstrated through their groundbreaking research, an efficient way of storing solar energy in a chemical liquid.

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India has achieved an iconic recent milestone with a reported solar power generation capacity touching a 10,000MW mark on March 10, 2017. This multi-fold surge registered a three-time increase in less than three years, with the capacity reported as 2,650MW in mid-2014.






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Panasonic’s full-length solar roof was unveiled recently and is available on the Japanese version of the Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid. Consumer vehicles integrating the solar cells on the roofs have been often debated due to the cost-to-benefit ratio.






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Telsa Powerwall and Powerpack products are rechargeable lithium-ion battery energy storage products. The Powerwall product system is completely automated, requiring no maintenance and is a perfect home energy solution.






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Melbourne is getting a step closer to having its trams network powered by solar. The solar plant will be built in Victoria’s north-west and is expected to be completed by the end of 2018.






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Today around the world solar power generation has become one of the most preferred alternative energy power generation sources and is mainly due to its unlimited availability at absolutely no additional cost.






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Are you thinking of installing solar power at home? Maybe, one of the things you would wish to do is disconnect from the power grid and use the stored-up electricity from batteries for the night-time.






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The researchers at ‘University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ have invented a way of making the solar powered purifiers more efficient than the normal ones. The technique to do so involve dipping paper in carbon.






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Picture a barren and unproductive expanse thriving with crops. Are you wondering how this is possible? This is possible through research, innovation, and use of technology and it is a farm in Port Augusta, South Australia.