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It’s great to know that NPL (the National Physical Laboratory) scientists have archived a milestone in the metrology of photovoltaics – a solar power technology.

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The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competes collegiates against each other to create cost-effective, energy-efficient solar powered homes.






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Until 2013, the US photovoltaic (PV) market will develop into the largest market for annual PV installations. If the favorable circumstances prevail, then it will overtake Germany, Japan and Italy.






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Solyndra LLC has filed papers declaring bankruptcy despite Obama administration announcing a half billion federal stimulus to the solar panel maker in an aim to decrease dependency on foreign shores.






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All of us know that solar is a clean energy industry and countries all over the world are turning to solar. However it is not generally known that the batteries used in solar cause lead pollution.






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Ormat, the world’s largest geothermal developer, sifted its business into the solar market in 2009 and involved its power plant construction expertise to construct solar PV (or CSP) plants in Israel.






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The partnership of Ford Motor and SunPower will allow the buyers of Ford plug-in vehicles charge their cars, including the upcoming Ford Focus Electric. Through ‘Drive Green for Life’ program, the owners of zero-emission EV can now have their own home-based, solar-powered charging station.






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A well-equipped plug-n-play rooftop solar power system, introduced at the Intersolar North America trade show. This kind of system is a low cost solar power solution for homeowners and businesses.






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Solar Trust of America, an integrated solar energy company has planned to convert the first phase of 500 MW of the Blythe Solar Power project from CPS (Concentrated Solar Power) to PV (Photovoltaic) technology