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  • Re-use, recycle

    Pre-Owned Renewable Energy Equipment Marketplace

    Today, renewable energy entrepreneur David Blittersdorf announced the launch of RENewed Wind and Solar, an online marketplace for refurbished wind and solar equipment.  RENewed Wind and Solar’s website, offers...
  • Solar loan
  • Intersolar Award 2019

    Intersolar Award 2019 Finalists Announced

    High-performing, robust and efficient – the solutions presented by the finalists of the Intersolar AWARD 2019 make them worthy contenders for the prestigious prize, which honors pioneering technologies and services for the...
  • Hormel powered by renewables

    Hormel Foods to be Powered by Nearly 50% Renewable Energy

    Hormel Foods Corporation announced a virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) for wind energy. Through this and other initiatives, the company will be supplied by almost 50% renewable wind power. In addition, the project will...
  • SEI Classes

    SEI Online Campus Classes Start April 15th

    Solar Energy International has announced its online training courses. Starting Monday, April 15th SEI will be offering the following online courses in the SEI Online Campus: PVOL101: SOLAR ELECTRIC DESIGN AND INSTALLATION...
  • solar industry
  • Midsummer solar roof

    Midsummer Launches Metal Solar Roof

    Swedish solar energy technology leader Midsummer, announced the launch of its new energy producing metal sheet roof “Midsummer solar roofs”. This signals a broader effort to expand from mainly selling...
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  • New York Solar Garden
  • Scientia Professor David Waite with the third generation MCDI that was built by CTET in China
  • When atomically thin layers of two materials are stacked and twisted, a heterostructure material emerges A new connection is formed, almost instantaneously, with special energy statesknown as interlayer excitonsthat exist in both layers

    Tailor-made Materials with Ultrafast Connections

    Through magic twist angles and unique energy states, it is possible to design tailor-made, atomically thin materials that could be invaluable for future electronics. Now, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, and Regensburg...
  • New record
  • Municipal Solar in Peterborough, NH

    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, each of which comes with distinct benefits and...
  • An ELWA device heats the hot water in the 200-litre electric boiler of the research station

    my-PV Implements Self-Sufficient Power-to-Heat Systems

    In a research station, the manufacturer my-PV has implemented the first hot water generation system in Namibia that is completely based on solar power. Calpak Solar Energy combined the ELWA water heater with a 1.6-kilowatt peak solar system and...
  • Floating solar in Chile

    Rising Interest in Floating Solar

    AngloAmerican mining corporation is a prominent actor in the global mining industry, with a turnover of over $30 billion in 2018. In the company’s push for sustainability, floating solar proves to be a concrete and valuable solution....
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  • Solar Decathlon Europe

    Solar Decathlon Europe 2021, Call for Teams

    This spring, teams are called to rev up for our next edition of the Solar Decathlon Europe, scheduled for 2021, in Wuppertal, Germany. In support of a growing and collective commitment to energy literacy, the Energy Endeavour Foundation and the...
  • Going solar

    Toolkit Designed to Help Cities & Towns Go Solar

    Environment Colorado Research and Policy Center released a toolkit to support cities and towns nationwide in capturing more clean renewable energy from the sun. Ten Ways Your Community Can Go Solar offers practical ways to take advantage of...
  • solar advancements

    $130 Million for Early-Stage Solar Research Projects

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced up to $130 million for new research to advance early-stage solar technologies. These projects will help to achieve affordable and reliable energy to enhance America’s economic growth and...
  • Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico Passes Historic 100% Renewable Energy Legislation

    The Solar and Energy Storage Association of Puerto Rico (SESA-PR) applauds Puerto Rico’s legislature for giving final approval today to Senate Bill 1121 (SB 1121), the Puerto Rico Energy Public Policy Act, which will set the Island on a path...
  • State by state

    2019 State Power Rankings Report

    A report recently released by Solar Power Rocks ranks all 50 states in the United States as well as the District of Columbia from the best to worst on the basis of their solar friendliness. Alabama received the lowest grade and Massachusetts was...
  • Solar in North Carolina
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