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Brunel University London is creating ready-made Lego-style solar panels that can be snapped-in together for use. The ‘PVadapt’ panels can turn waste heat into hot water and electricity.
A game-changing printed solar technology developed by Professor Paul Dastoor from the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia promises cheaper electricity systems and a green future.
The harnessing of solar power has taken a new leap after British scientists finding a breakthrough of splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen. The altering of the photosynthetic machinery in plants helped achieve this groundbreaking development.
Mongolia’s Prime Minister, Ukhnaagiin Khürelsükh reportedly commissioned a 15-MW solar power plant, the country’s second operational photovoltaic (PV) facility and also the largest to date.
The solar power industry of China is moving away from rapid capacity expansions, but the country’s solar market is still big. The new solar PV installations in the country had reached 24.3GW in the first half of 2018.
A groundbreaking new solar panel system, which would allow simultaneous plant growth and solar energy generation on the same land, developed by Ingenhoff with fellow-researchers Wen Liu, Ph.D. and their team at USTC..
Researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) have come up with groundbreaking research, which involves the building of solar cells using bacteria (called biogenic) that could convert light to energy.
Scientists have developed a system called ‘solar-powered harvester’ that can extract water out of the air using solar power. The system is innovative and an advance ideal for those living in arid areas.
The spray-on solar PV concept is not far-fetched, as solar researchers and company executives feel that there is a good chance the economics of the $42 billion industry would soon be disrupted by perovskites.