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With the invention of an organic cell by Scientists at University of Warwick and Molecular Solar, recharging a lithium-ion battery of portable electronic devices would be easy.

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In Japan, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has given a green signal to clean energy projects totalling around 1,780 megawatts of capacity. This decision has been taken under a government incentive program, which increases dependence on solar power up to 83% until the end of September.

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A solar array has been installed at the new Big Y supermarket in Lee, MA by Real Goods Solar, Smart Energy Capital and Hudson Energy Solar. The setup supports 15% of the building’s annual electricity needs.

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On 11 September, 2012, Trina Solar Ltd. (TSL) revealed plans to shape its business by separating photovoltaic module and system units.

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Solar panel material research proves that there is huge potential in new solar panel, which can generate electricity and hydrogen at a time.

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Schanti Partners, a US based agency in New York, is interested in investing INR 580 crore for setting up a solar energy project in Kaimur district of Bihar.

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There have been new developments in the solar industry. Scientists have now developed a transparent solar cell. This transparent solar cell will enable buildings to produce electricity while at the same time allowing people to look through windows of their homes . This latest development was reported in the journal, ACS Nano.

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It’s great to know that ongoing invention for transforming solar power design is profitable and rewarding. Some researchers have proved this by designing a new solar power module, which utilises a curved mirror to point onto a 5-inch glass ball.

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Now make a solar panel by any semiconductor. The researches conducted at Berkeley Lab have developed a new technology, which allow you to manufacture low-cost, high efficiency solar cells using any semiconductor material.