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A new wave is created with minute metallic-gold particles being used for conversion of sunlight to fuel. This technology is reported to be developed in South Australia, facilitates storing of solar energy as an alternative to battery storage.
Amidst critics who have misleading claims on not having enough of renewable sources of electricity to make it meaningful, there are plenty of facts that state solar power in the US could supply electricity to nearly 40% of the country.
Wondering about how much electricity demand in the U.S. could be provided by rooftop solar? Then, a new report released by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has the answers.
California will the first state where rooftop solar panels will be a compulsory on all new homes. The rooftop power is transcending from a niche market and becoming a common norm.
Stanford researchers have developed a new water-based battery that could lessen the need to burn carbon-emitting fossil fuels and provide an inexpensive way to store wind or solar energy.
A team of Chinese scientists has made ground-breaking development of a new device – a 3D hollow-cone structure, which can increase the efficiency of solar-thermal conversion.
The Swedish Government recently announced that it would allocate around 170m SEK (approx. 16m euros) for the installation of solar energy. The initial allocation was around 200m SEK.
The government of Karnataka (an Indian state) recently inaugurated the first phase of the solar park in the drought-prone area of Tumkur district, which is approx 180 km from Bangalore.
Diu, the first and the only Union Territory (UT) in India has led the way for the whole country by being fully 100% solar efficient.