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Low, middle income households install solar more than wealthy

New myth-busting analysis has revealed that rooftop solar is not so much in vogue among the wealthy, but is more...
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DfT funding innovative solar rail, roads and footways trials

The Department for Transport (DfT) has awarded multi-million-pound funding to trials of solar used in conjunction with railways, roads and...
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The Amazon’s solar-powered river bus

A school commute with a difference How can you create public transport in the jungle without polluting it? The isolated...
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How Tesla is taking over neighborhoods with solar energy

Tesla has been betting on word of mouth to promote most of its products and solar has been no exception...
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Bright future for floating solar panels in South-east Asia

A floating solar photovoltaic cell test-bed in Tengeh Reservoir in Tuas in 2016. While such panels cost more to install,...
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Verizon’s green bonds and Nike’s clean energy deal: The sustainability success stories of the week

As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainability success...
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Party is over for dirt-cheap solar panels, says China executive

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - The global solar power industry is about to lose a major competitive windfall as prices of...
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Which direction are your solar panels facing? Elaelah Harley by ELAELAH HARLEY

THERE are a lot of things to consider when investing in solar energy systems. As well as comparing prices and...
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Solar Power Outperforming Wind As Renewable Energy Becomes Commonplace

As the proliferation of renewable energy continues across Europe, U.S. and several emerging markets, such project initiatives are gradually losing...
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New York City nonprofits lead the way to solar power and green jobs for low-income communities

The iconic New York City skyline does not typically include images of gleaming solar panels on skyscraper rooftops. There’s too...
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Solar and Renewable Energy Trends in 2019

The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. Sven Lindström, CEO of...
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Google’s new US data centers will run on 1.6 million solar panels

Google plans to purchase 100 percent renewable energy for its data centers and offices in the US and around the...
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Petronas in talks to enter India’s solar energy firm, says report

KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 16):Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) is seeking to buy into one of India’s largest rooftop solar power producers,...
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Why The Solar Energy Market Will Thrive In Africa And Globally – Lou Kraft, SolSuntech CEO

Lou Kraft is the CEO of SolSuntech Inc. – a solar panel manufacturing company that recently introduced 3D solar panels producing an...
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Hanwha Q Cells ranks top in German solar module market

Hanwha Q Cells, the solar cell manufacturing arm of Hanwha Group, took up the largest share in the German solar...
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ABB Powers-up Service Crew at Dakar Rally 2019 with Solar Energy

A pioneering motorsport team, Craft Bearings, has adopted ABB REACT 2 inverter and energy storage solution to help achieve its...
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A new way to measure solar panel degradation

Despite many benefits and relative popularity as a renewable energy source, eventually, the sun does set on even the best...
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How do solar panels work?

Fifty years ago, solar panels were so expensive that they were used mainly for powering billion-dollar space probes, and that’s about it....
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TNB aims to increase customers via SARE, NEM schemes

KUANTAN (Dec 20): Tenaga Nasional Bhd is targetting to increase the number of customers next year through the implementation of...
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Hawaii reforms how electric utilities get paid, opening options for home solar and batteries

Hawaii Governor David Ige signed into law SB 2939, which reforms the century-old model for how investor-owned electric utilities get paid.
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