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Because of diminishing reliance on nuclear power, Japanese government is increasingly supporting more of solar industry, especially Chinese solar companies.
Researchers at the USC (University of Southern California) have developed liquid solar cells that can be printed onto any surface.
After a five month of hard work and investment of US$1.1million, the new solar power station is all set to provide approximately 30 per cent of Intel’s total electricity consumption in a year for the next 20 years.
Joint efforts by Geostellar and GeoEye are expected to transform multi-million dollar industry.
The world will be able to view a live coverage of Japan’s first annular solar eclipse in 25 years, thanks to Panasonic who will broadcast it live from Mt.Fuji using equipment powered completely by solar energy.
The Kagoshima Nanatsujima Mega-Solar Power Plant project has been announced. This is the largest officially announced project in Japan and will help reduce the strain on Japan’s energy needs.
Halotechnics is developing advanced molten salt heat transfer fluids that will allow CSP systems to collect heat at the highest temperatures possible for producing heat at night.
With an initiative of $30 million, the New York Authority is ready to take a lucrative step to enhance solar energy on a wider canvas.
The premiere of Zero Power Solar Homes by Natural Homes And Trend Magazine attracted a lot of attention. The goal of having a zero net utility bill no longer seems such a pipe dream!