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As a result of mass dumping solar products on the global market, Seven U.S. solar panel companies filed a federal trade complaint against Chinese companies on September 19th, 2011. The case was filed with the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission.

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GE has decided to instigate its Chinese counterparts and market leader First Solar by foraying into the solar manufacturing industry






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MIT research team led by professor Daniel Nocera have developed an ‘artificial leaf’ that aptly describes its job of converting sunlight directly into chemical fuel – hydrogen and oxygen gas which can be stored for later use as a source of energy.






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A new research has unveiled that the copper nanowires can be used to compose screens of cell phones, e-readers and iPads.






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solar players’ demand for land could change growers’ future who were selling their land to real estate developers though housing sector was not doing well.






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IKEA has powered up its Covina store in California using solar energy panels installed by Gloria Solar.






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Dubai’s parks will soon run on solar power in the near future if the words of Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality are to be believed.






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It’s great to know that industrial typhoon (like Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.) has got a huge success, particularly in the field of alternative energy by coming up with an idea of spray-on solar power technology.






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U.S. plans one more step ahead to cut down the energy consumption. A group of businesses including Lockheed Martin and Barclays bank push the plan forward by investing as much as $650 million which will span over next few years, to minimise the energy consumption of buildings in the Miami and Sacramento areas.