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DRDO Issues Tender For Flexible Solar Panels For Mobile Field Generation

The last date of bid submission is April 17, 2019, and the bids will be opened on April 18, 2019. The Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) has invited bids for flexible solar panels and accessories for alternative renewable power generation system for mounting on a container for mobile field application. The system will have […]

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Enkay Flexible Solar Panel

Product Brief: Enkay Solar Power & Infrastructure Pvt Ltd has launched a flexible solar panel in recently to meet the changing needs in market place. Enkay Solar Power is currently manufacturing flexible panels in ranges of 100 watts and 315 watts (Polycrystalline), size – 1950 x 990 x 40 mm and weight – 6 kg […]

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Researchers develop flexible solar panel that can become part of window shades or wallpaper

A research team Led by Shashank Priya has developed flexible solar panels that can become part of window shades or wallpaper capturing light from the sun as well as light from sources inside buildings. The solar modules which are said to be less than half-a-millimeter thick are created through a screen-printing process using low-temperature titanium […]

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Hong Kong’s CyberPort Gets An Innovative Solar Rooftop From NEFIN

Solar photovoltaic (PV) developer and investor in carbon neutrality solutions, NEFIN Group, has announced the start of its solar system installation at Hong Kong’s Cyberport Business Centre, a key fintech hub in the city state. Nefin was appointed by Hong Kong Cyberport (Cyberport). Nefin claims that its system overcomes space and loading constraints of most buildings […]

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Kesterite Offers A Pathway To Greener Solar Cells

Kesterite is a natural mineral with many important material properties, including a band gap that can be used as a light absorber material for next generation thin-film solar cells. Unlike their perovskite-based competitor technologies, Kesterite solar cells are natural and non-toxic, making them them a truly eco-friendly alternative to the fully or partially inorganic materials, silicon and […]

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Maxeon’s New Silicon-based Solar Panels Coming Out This Summer

Headquartered in Singapore, solar manufacturer Maxeon Solar Technologies Ltd. announced today that it will release a new line of frameless, thin, lightweight, glass-less, and flexible silicon-based solar panels this summer called Maxeon Air. The panels will be made available in select European markets in the second half of 2021, before a general global release in the […]

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Decentralized Solar Offers Energy Solutions In Climate Vulnerable Regions in India

A significant section of rural India lives in areas which are prone/accustomed to climatic adversities. Hence, people living in these regions are greater risk of being underserved, and hence, impoverished. Although there have been significant improvements in India’s rural household electrification, electricity availability for health centers, schools, and rural enterprises is still limited. A new […]

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Arriving Soon: Solar Panels that Generate Power at Night

Can solar panels generate energy even when the sun isn’t around? In a major breakthrough, researchers at the University of California have designed a unique night solar panel (NSP) that can produce 50 W under ideal conditions at night, one-fourth of what traditional solar panel produce during the day. In their paper entitled ‘Nighttime Photovoltaic […]

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Carbon Dots From Human Hair Used to Boost Perovskite Solar Cells

Researchers have used carbon dots created from human hair to create a kind of “armour” to improve the performance of perovskite solar cells Researchers at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Australia have used carbon dots, created from human hair waste sourced from a Brisbane barbershop, to create a kind of “armour” to improve the […]

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