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The biggest Japanese floating solar plant is constructed on the Yamakura Dam at Ichihara in Chiba prefecture which will generate around 16,170-megawatt hour per year.

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Hydrogen for energy researchers is a clean and renewable source of energy. The quest so far has been to find a way to harness the energy available in workable volumes at a reasonable cost.

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GoviEx Uranium Inc. has reportedly signed a MoU with Windiga Energy Inc., to use hybrid solar power solutions to evaluate the feasibility of powering the company’s flagship Madaouela project in Niger in a joint venture.






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Ladakh admired for its awe-inspiring landscape and pristine beauty — is all set to create a huge mark in the sustainable energy arena. The region will have the world’s largest single-location solar photovoltaic plant.

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The smog in Beijing is often very bad. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), smog causes around 1.6 million premature deaths in China each year and 7 million premature deaths worldwide.

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Researchers have professed on a new technology that uses supercritical CO2 as the medium fluid lowering electricity and manufacturing costs and promising greater efficiency for future power plants.






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India boasts of an ambitious renewable energy target of 175 GW by 2022 of which solar comprises 100 GW. India is making great strides and this is clear with the emerging floating solar traction.






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Solar energy has numerous benefits to offer consumers but, given that you’re here, we imagine you’re already more than familiar with them.






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Purdue University-led team developed a new material and manufacturing process that would make one way to use solar power, as heat energy, more efficient whilst generating electricity.