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The solar powered aircraft, Solar Impulse will take to the skies for its first intercontinental flight on Thursday without using a drop of fuel, flying from Switzerland to Morocco.

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Stocks of Chinese solar makers are falling down hard. Imposing a further higher tariff on imports to the US, could lead to some damaging effects in the industry.

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In a bid to harness every minuscule amount of the energy generated by the sun, a team of researchers at Strathclyde University in Scotland has put their best foot forward to set solar power stations in the sun’s orbit.

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Safaricom, owned by UK’s Vodafone and Kenya’s Mobitelea Ventures have devised a solar-powered phone that uses the rays of the sun to recharge.

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The recently proposes solar park in Siberia will be the largest solar park in the world. It would take five year for construction and would provide employment opportunities for around 3000 workers during this phase.

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According to the reports of the Shanghai Daily, one of the main reasons for affecting solar stocks might be strengthening of production by Chinese companies, but the governments in Germany and Italy, which are termed as the traditional markets, reduced subsides for new installations.

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Because of diminishing reliance on nuclear power, Japanese government is increasingly supporting more of solar industry, especially Chinese solar companies.

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Researchers at the USC (University of Southern California) have developed liquid solar cells that can be printed onto any surface.

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After a five month of hard work and investment of US$1.1million, the new solar power station is all set to provide approximately 30 per cent of Intel’s total electricity consumption in a year for the next 20 years.