Best Articles on Solar Power

We help you to find the best deal

By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

A huge solar project is on the cards by the Solar City and Hickam Communities. It will supposedly be the largest solar power infrastructure in Hawaii. In the US it will also be one of the largest solar-powered communities at the Joint Base Pearl Harbour-Hickam.

By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

According to a study by Jan Kleissl for an upcoming issue of Solar Energy, solar panels just don’t provide clean energy but also cool buildings, workplaces and homes by nearly 5°F than under an exposed roof.






By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

Solar Power International 2011 is a much awaited event which will open a door for the solar industry. It is a world-class conference that will lay a new pavement for emerging U.S. solar market.






By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

Suntech Power, the Chinese solar-panel manufacturer, has discovered a new process for preparing silicon wafers for solar cells. This will help to cut cost of solar power by 10 to 20 percent.






By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

A new technology, developed by a team of researchers at MIT have been able to produce photovoltaic cells on paper or fabric, as simple as printing a document.






By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

Nissan with its new concept of electric vehicle powered by solar energy, ensures that the model will have a futuristic approach. It will prove best solution for electric storage systems.






By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

Kyocera in view of the restrictions placed by the Japanese government on consumption of electricity has taken measures to reduce its consumption by use of solar power and other energy conserving measures.






By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

In the Suburbs of (Freiburg) Germany, Heliotrope House stands like a standing stone, which try to recall all of us the structure resembling as Unidentified Object waiting to build base camp on the earth.






By SolarPower.com Editorial Team | No Comments

For the first time ever, General Electric plans to use integrated solar thermal and wind energy for constructing a power station. The power station proposed would be much more efficient and