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Surrounded by a sea of solar panels reflecting the sun’s light, the odd, bright yellow tulip tower is a gas-turbine solar thermal station launched by Israeli company, AORA Solar.

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It’s big news for everybody that solar cells can be created from agriculture wastes such as cut grass and dead leaves, which have been proved by Andreas Mershin, a researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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As a result of strong government support for budding domestic PV clean energy and growing green awareness, Europe has emerged as a centre of attraction for all solar product manufacturers across the world.

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With increasing interference of Chinese Solar Manufacturers, the Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing (CASM) has issued an evaluation of U.S. Customs and Border Protection data.

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With a massive development going in the field of solar power production, it’s great news that IKEA has planned to install the solar energy system on top of its Cincinnati-area.

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The innovative design for a CSP ( Concentrated Solar Plant) promises an interesting turn that might result in lesser use of land for solar power while also increasing its efficiency.

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On 17th of January 2012, the First Solar Inc. announced that it has set a new world record by using cadmium-telluride (CdTe) photovoltaic solar module, which has achieved the record breaking 14.4% total area efficiency.

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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.

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Researchers at MIT and RWTH Aachen University in Germany have devised a nature inspired design that occupies a much smaller area but at the same time captures more sunlight than the current CSP plants.