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Amongst various inventions happening at different corners of the world, you might have heard of spherical solar cell, a miraculous thing, which is beyond expectation and assumption.

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More and more buildings, houses are now being equipped with solar panels while automobiles are adapting the innovations such as photovoltaic plates that are being widely used to convert solar energy to electricity to power them.

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Companies all over are making efforts to lower their carbon imprint. The chocolate company in Nevada too wants to do its bit and is set to make chocolate with the help of solar power.

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Floating solar panels, an invention of own kind is ready to add a new page in the history. It is great to acknowledge that such a kind of creation is another step to clean energy.

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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.