The GeckoLogic firm has created an evaporative cooling system, which has an in-built photovoltaic system that taps the solar power unlike the electric system. Scientists and researchers involved in this project have explained that the air cooling system consists of photovoltaic modules
Solar energy in South Africa can promote economic growth and the quality of life. South Africa is dominated by clear skies which make the possibility of solar energy being distributed to any location in the continent possible. A small percentage of solar energy services exist in S.Africa, but a wide scale solar energy program will […]
Solar Impulse 2, piloted by André Borschberg has broken the world record for the longest solo flight. It has been more than 80 hours and Borschberg is still at the controls of the solar-powered plane without refueling or touching down.
In Japan, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has given a green signal to clean energy projects totalling around 1,780 megawatts of capacity. This decision has been taken under a government incentive program, which increases dependence on solar power up to 83% until the end of September.
All thanks to ‘London Hydro’ and its offer of developing solar projects in the city, the residents of London hope to see the solar panels finally installed. If the council committee accepts the offer, London will be taking one more step to harness solar energy – one of the readily-available energies.
Meet a new solar cell that can go anywhere with you. It’s amazing to know that your windows, curtains and wallpaper will harvest energy form the sunlight in the future.
Floating solar panels, an invention of own kind is ready to add a new page in the history. It is great to acknowledge that such a kind of creation is another step to clean energy.
A professor of chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin, Xiaoyang Zhu, and his team has successfully discovered a method to increase the efficiency of conventional solar cells.
solar players’ demand for land could change growers’ future who were selling their land to real estate developers though housing sector was not doing well.