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The leapfrog in solar panels technology addresses the global issue of water supply by providing clean, drinkable water. Think about it, we are all surrounded by air, a form of vapour…

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China’s renewable energy trajectory took a leap forward with its floating solar power plant, the largest in the world getting operational recently in the coal-rich city of Huainan, China.






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Two competitive auctions for a solar power capacity, cumulating to 750 megawatts, recently brought in new record low solar tariff bids in India.






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The World’s most affordable solar lamp, SM100 was produced by a UK design consultancy firm called Inventid in collaboration with a giant Chinese manufacturer.






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The conventional blinds have leapfrogged to solar-panel-window-blinds which can not only harness the sun’s rays to generate energy, but also reduce energy bills by 70%.






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The super-efficient bifacial n-PERT cell development has magnified the power-generation potential of solar cells. The cell design has been facilitated by Imec.






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In a new study, it has been found that dust and particulate matter (PM) could be attributed to reducing the energy yield of solar power systems in India to around 17% to 25% annually.






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The world has around 300 gigawatts of solar power installed, and it is observed that the annual potential for harvesting solar energy supersedes the world’s energy consumption.






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California set a brief milestone when it met its goal to produce around half of the state’s electricity from renewable sources for 3 hours on March 11, according to U.S. government shows.