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As per the research conducted in Ireland, the solar panels on rooftops of homes and business establishments can significantly contribute to the country’s switch over to clean energy.

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On 21st August 2017 millions of sky-gazers in the United States had gathered at the sites from where this rare event of total solar eclipse could be watched clearly.






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The researchers from the University of Manchester have found a method to use polystyrene particles instead of expensive polymers to manufacture the solar cells.






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 TuNur is a solar export project from Tunisia to Europe.  The developer of the project has filed a permit request recently to the energy ministry of Tunisia.






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In an initiative to make the Indian rail network more eco-friendly, the country has launched its first solar-powered train, which is expected to save nearly 21,000 litres of diesel per year.






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The future of electricity in the way it is produced, used, and stored will feature major changes as planned by the UK government. There are hopes on power creation power in homes, storing…






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Today, Tesla and SolarCity together has emerged as a world leader in solar technology. One of the many achievements post-merger is the Tesla solar farm powering the Hawaiian island.






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It is a fact that today the world is moving rapidly towards renewable energy for electricity generation, mainly to reduce the severe effects of global warming.






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There had been a lot of emphasis across the globe on the usage of renewable energy and especially using solar power for power generation instead of fossil fuels.