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A groundbreaking new solar panel system, which would allow simultaneous plant growth and solar energy generation on the same land, developed by Ingenhoff with fellow-researchers Wen Liu, Ph.D. and their team at USTC..

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Researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) have come up with groundbreaking research, which involves the building of solar cells using bacteria (called biogenic) that could convert light to energy.






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Scientists have developed a system called ‘solar-powered harvester’ that can extract water out of the air using solar power. The system is innovative and an advance ideal for those living in arid areas.






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The spray-on solar PV concept is not far-fetched, as solar researchers and company executives feel that there is a good chance the economics of the $42 billion industry would soon be disrupted by perovskites.






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A new wave is created with minute metallic-gold particles being used for conversion of sunlight to fuel. This technology is reported to be developed in South Australia, facilitates storing of solar energy as an alternative to battery storage.






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Amidst critics who have misleading claims on not having enough of renewable sources of electricity to make it meaningful, there are plenty of facts that state solar power in the US could supply electricity to nearly 40% of the country.






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Wondering about how much electricity demand in the U.S. could be provided by rooftop solar? Then, a new report released by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has the answers. 






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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.