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French solar panel manufacturer Soitec opened its $150 million factory in San Diego on Friday, 16th December, 2011 hoping to meet Californian demands of sourcing one-third of its energy from renewable energy by 2020.

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The innovative way of installing solar power projects over waste water treatment sites provide many benefits. Chevron and Tioga energy are currently leading the way in this sector.

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After a complain by seven US solar companies, the US International Trade Commission voted on 2nd December 2011 to investigate Chinese companies, which sells solar products at unduly low prices on the global market.

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According to Haresco, co-inventor of the electric tricycles, the solar powered vehicle is not only inexpensive but also environmentally friendly.

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According to the latest reports, Suniva, a high-efficiency crystalline silicon cells and modules manufacturer in the United States will power the Georgia’s largest solar canopy at the Laredo Bus facility in Decatur, GA.

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According to a study by Paris-headquartered International Academy of Astronautics, gathering solar energy from orbiting solar plants and emitting it back to earth is “technically feasible” in the next year or two.

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AU Optronics Corp. unveiled its solar powered flexible e-reader at the FPD International convection and exhibition held on a subject of the flat panel displays in Japan,. This device is like a piece of paper with sturdy build and flexible body.

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The Obama administration seems gung-ho on promoting solar power in six Western states by identifying them as “Solar Energy Zones”.

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You plan to mount solar panels on the roof to make your home sustainable. However wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could know hoe much energy the panels could produce before you mount them? The Unniversity of Gothenburg has taken some steps in this direction.