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One of the pain points for solar panels is that they don’t work well when overheated. Groundbreaking research can resolve the scenario soon.
As reports of COVID-19 started emerging from China late last year, the American solar power industry started worrying about procurement of products.
A Minnesota couple’s idea that could keep solar panels clear of snow is getting increasingly popular. The proposal recently received a $50,000 federal innovation prize.
The University of California (UC), Davis researchers have been developing prototypes for an “anti-solar” cell that would work exactly reverse than a typical solar panel.
Research teams from Australian National University (ANU) and China are closing in on a solar cell design that could revolutionize solar panel efficiency.
World’s largest solar panel installations is underway in Aswan, Egypt. Approx. 7.2 million photovoltaic panels are spread over the desert, making the park visible from space.
Artificial sunflowers, known as SunBots can harvest up to 400% more energy. Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and Arizona State University have developed the solar panel known as SunBot.
South America’s largest solar park built with Chinese funding and technology has opened in
Argentina and has hopes of powering over 160,000 homes.
Birds Eye Energy, a green energy company has developed an innovative duplex solar panel which it claims converts 35% of the solar energy into electricity.