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    At the Tipping Point of a New Energy Era

    In 2035, the world will be on an accelerated path to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and eventually become carbon neutral by 2050. By then, electricity from renewable sources will be headed to... Read More

    Business Opportunities in the Solar Industry

    Business Opportunities in the Solar Industry

    In two-thirds of the world, solar and wind now represent the least expensive option for new power-generating capacity, which is one reason that solar is a growing part of the energy mix. At the end... Read More

  • Research Advances Solar Technology

    Research Advances Solar Technology

    Recent solar research is bringing down the cost of solar as well as increasing efficiencies. It is also expanding the use of solar in ways that can help solve environmental problems, like the need... Read More

    Solar and Climate Change: Looking beyond 2030

    Solar and Climate Change: Looking beyond 2030

    According to New Energy Outlook 2019, a report recently released by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, deep declines in costs of solar, wind and battery technologies will result in nearly half of the... Read More

  • Addressing Long-Term PV Module Reliability & Performance

    Addressing Long-Term PV Module Reliability & Performance

    Most solar project developers and equipment buyers require two key certifications for solar PV modules – IEC 61215 and IEC 61730 or UL 1703. They demonstrate that PV modules are safe. None of... Read More

    Making the Grid Smarter

    Making the Grid Smarter

    It isn’t news that more American homes, businesses and communities are adopting clean energy technologies – solar, wind, energy storage and electric vehicles – as they recognize... Read More

  • How Community Solar Empowers All of Us

    How Community Solar Empowers All of Us

    Just east of the Anacostia River in southeast Washington, D.C., the Dupont Park Seventh-Day Adventist Church recently began attaching 168 kilowatts worth of solar panels to its sun-dappled roof. The... Read More

    Residential Solar Update

    Residential Solar Update

    The residential solar industry was down about 15% in 2017, but rebounded in 2018, with a growth of 7%, according to the US Solar Market Insight Report. The U.S. residential solar market has... Read More

  • Trends in Microgrids and Energy Storage

    Trends in Microgrids and Energy Storage

    A microgrid is a local energy grid with control capability. It can be connected to the grid or not, but it has the ability to be disconnected to the grid and operate independently. By its very... Read More

    4 Ways that Cities Benefit from Local Solar Projects

    4 Ways that Cities Benefit from Local Solar Projects

    When a city decides to transition from fossil fuels to clean energy, headlines follow. But the work has only just begun. Cities have many options for generating and purchasing renewable electricity,... Read More

  • Global Solar Tracker Shipments Exceed 20GW

    Global Solar Tracker Shipments Exceed 20GW

    Global unit shipments of single-axis solar photovoltaic (PV) trackers increased by over 40% in 2018, surpassing 20 gigawatts-dc (GW) globally for the first time. While the United States continued... Read More

    Solar Markets Flourish Around the World

    Solar Markets Flourish Around the World

    Solar is becoming cost competitive with conventional energy technology, giving rise to new opportunities from both the technical as well as business side. According to IHS Markit, demand for solar... Read More

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    Visualizing Energetic Landscape of Organic Photovoltaics

    A new spectroscopic method now makes it possible to measure and visualise the energetic landscape inside solar cells based on organic materials. It was developed by a research team led by Prof. Dr Yana Vaynzof, a physicist at Heidelberg University....
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    Installing Solar on Agricultural Lands Maximizes Efficiency

    The most productive places on Earth for solar power are farmlands, according to an Oregon State University study. The study, published today in the journal Scientific Reports, finds that if less than 1% of agricultural land was converted to...
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    Copenhagen Zoo Goes Solar

    Copenhagen ZOO is turning green and is fully committed to solar energy – powered by Q CELLS – for the implementation of its energy-saving and climate protection measures.  Copenhagen ZOO has entered into a cooperation agreement...
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  • A tractor plants corn seed in early June around solar photovoltaic panels in a field north of the Agronomy Center for Research and Education The panels are part of the Sustainable Food, Energy and Water Systems SFEWS research project intended to examine h

    Farmland Used for Crops and Solar Electricity Production

    Purdue University professors are questioning what else fertile farmland can be used for with a new multidisciplinary project researching how to improve future sustainability by simultaneously utilizing crop fields for solar electricity production....
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