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AUO solar panels, the old product in new package, it is re-branded to BenQ Solar, which is a division of AU Optronics Crop.

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The new, cheap and bendy solar cells invented by UCLA scientist can be hung from windows like sheets or rolled up like carpets. This innovative design may very well prove revolutionary for the solar industry.






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A solar powered vehicle or SPV designed by London designer Omer Sagiv is a futuristic, concept car made out of aluminum with flexible thin-film modules attached to it.






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Surrounded by a sea of solar panels reflecting the sun’s light, the odd, bright yellow tulip tower is a gas-turbine solar thermal station launched by Israeli company, AORA Solar.






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It’s big news for everybody that solar cells can be created from agriculture wastes such as cut grass and dead leaves, which have been proved by Andreas Mershin, a researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.






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As a result of strong government support for budding domestic PV clean energy and growing green awareness, Europe has emerged as a centre of attraction for all solar product manufacturers across the world.






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With increasing interference of Chinese Solar Manufacturers, the Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing (CASM) has issued an evaluation of U.S. Customs and Border Protection data.






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With a massive development going in the field of solar power production, it’s great news that IKEA has planned to install the solar energy system on top of its Cincinnati-area.






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The innovative design for a CSP ( Concentrated Solar Plant) promises an interesting turn that might result in lesser use of land for solar power while also increasing its efficiency.