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On 17th of January 2012, the First Solar Inc. announced that it has set a new world record by using cadmium-telluride (CdTe) photovoltaic solar module, which has achieved the record breaking 14.4% total area efficiency.

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A professor of chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin, Xiaoyang Zhu, and his team has successfully discovered a method to increase the efficiency of conventional solar cells.






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Researchers at MIT and RWTH Aachen University in Germany have devised a nature inspired design that occupies a much smaller area but at the same time captures more sunlight than the current CSP plants.






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SolarKindle solar panel cover integrated with the Kindle weighs just 215 grams, is flexible and able to charge even in indirect sunlight.






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It’s immense pleasure to hear that a new solar farm in Osgoode at last got operating approvals from the Ontario Energy Board on 6th of December 2011.






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The iPhone4 has a lot of features that allows users to talk, tweet and surf endlessly. It is the technology at it’s best. However, using these features takes a lot from the phone’s battery.






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According to a department official in SolarWorld, the US unit of German solar energy company, the final decision depends on the US Commerce Department that requires extra months to investigate case related to charges of unfair Chinese government subsidies.






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French solar panel manufacturer Soitec opened its $150 million factory in San Diego on Friday, 16th December, 2011 hoping to meet Californian demands of sourcing one-third of its energy from renewable energy by 2020.






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The innovative way of installing solar power projects over waste water treatment sites provide many benefits. Chevron and Tioga energy are currently leading the way in this sector.