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Thinking Solar Energy? 7 Easy Ways to Get cost effective Solar Today

The present has to do something with past, any technology which has scratched heads today might have footprints of early centuries. In 200 BC, Archimedes method of using concentrated sun’s rays through the mirror to set fire enemies should have churned reasons for unbelievable applications in solar power today.  Disregard the figures of global warming […]

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Hybrid Fuel-Solar Innovation can Level the Mining Power Outrage

Sectors like Mining, where irradiation is high, CSP solar components which depends completely on sunny regions can aid the power crisis for these vulnerable areas. A study named “A hybrid solution with concentrated solar power (CSP) and fuel for baseload mining operations” analyses the fit of Stirling Hybrid solutions for the mining industry. The Stirling […]

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World’s Largest Solar Power Plant Operational in Morocco

Reducing emissions by 76,000 tons a year and catering 1.1 million people with energy, the world’s largest solar power plant facility now flaunts in Morocco. Funded by the World Bank and other associates, the $9 billion Noor Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant is located in Souss-Massa-Drâa area in Morocco, about 6 miles from Ouarzazate town. […]

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Morocco Launches a Massive Solar Plant

Pegging the global rush of renewable energy, Morocco King Mohammed VI has introduced one of the world’s gigantic solar plants recently, by taking the advantages of Sahara Sunrays. The $3.9-billion task in the southern town of Ouarzazate, otherwise called Noor I, is the principal phase of the venture anticipated to provide 1.2 million Moroccans. Climate […]

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CSE Claims about the Lack of Interest in Solar Thermal of India

With an end goal to comprehend why the solar thermal power division has not been empowered for power generation and other applications, Centre of Science and Environment (CSE) sorted out a conference recently, on the titled ‘The forgotten solar: Solar thermal and its development’. According to CSE report, states of concentrated solar in India, which […]

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Sand Particles can be used for Solar Energy

When sun is at its zenith, its known fact that with bare feet it’s hard to wobble around the beach, now researchers is known to have demonstrated solar energy using sand particle. The research project called ‘Sandstock’ has been seeking to develop a sustainable and low-cost gravity-fed solar receiver and storage system through sand particles, […]

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Consolation to Domestic Households for Installation of Solar Panels-MNRE

India Government has set an objective for establishment of 100 GW Solar based power plant by the year 2022. This was expressed by, Shri Piyush Goyal Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy in a composed answer to a question in the Rajya Sabha. The Legislature has found a way […]

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Yellow Door Energy Signs two Agreements With Saudi Arabia’s APICORP

Yellow Door Energy will install solar panels at APICORP’s headquarters in Dammam and retrofit the building with energy-efficient technologies. In line with its commitment to promote long-term sustainability and green initiatives, the Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), a multilateral development financial institution, have announced that it signed two agreements with Yellow Door Energy (YDE), a […]

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Focus on Energy Storage: The Technologies Leading the Charge

Lithium-Ion batteries, at various scales, dominate the energy storage conversation. But as we can see, there are many other technologies fighting for a share of the market. To read the first part of this series, click here. So just what are the options out there for storage at scale? We take a look at the […]

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