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World’s First Solar-Powered Train to Begin Service Soon in Australia

The solar train features a 6.5kW solar array comprised of flexible solar panels on the roofs of the carriages, which can together carry up to 100 passengers at a time. The world’s first solar-powered train will begin taking passengers, in New South Wales coastal town of Byron Bay in Australia. It’s the realisation of an […]

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What Solar Panels Do at Night?

Sun is the prime source wherein solar panels efficiently convert sunlight into electricity. But why can’t solar panels gleefully generate electricity at night. Righto! The designing and technology of solar panels have been developed to work with sun. Few experts argue that Moonlight can be used to power PV cells at cost of 345:1. That […]

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Glass with Switchable Opacity Could Improve Solar Cells and LEDs

Switchable glass available today is quite expensive because it uses transparent conducting layers to apply a voltage across the entire glass. Using nanoscale grass-like structures, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania have created glass that lets through a large amount of light while appearing hazy. This is the first time that glass has been […]

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Old Mutual to Build 50 MW Solar Power Plants in Zimbabwe

The projects will entail the construction of two solar power plants in Gwanda and Chipinge Old Mutual plans to construct solar power projects in Zimbabwe with capacity to generate at least 50 megawatts, a senior official has said. The projects will entail the construction of two solar power plants in Gwanda and Chipinge, Old Mutual […]

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India Successfully Commissioned Largest Floating Solar Power Plant

Through this solar power plant, as many as 7.5 lakh units of power will be transmitted to the KSEB’s Padinjarathara substation. In a significant development, India’s largest floating solar power plant in Kerala has successfully commissioned by Power minister M M Mani on the Banasura Sagar reservoir at Padinjarethara in Wayanad. According to the Kerala […]

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Kolkata Airport to Have AAI’s Biggest Solar Power Plant Till Date

The solar power plant will help accomplishing the energy needs of the terminal building of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) Airport having usage of 10-11MW a day. The Kolkata airport’s ground mounted grid connected solar power plant is now commissioned to support operations on daily basis while promoting use of clean energy. The solar plant […]

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Patanjali Ayurved to Foray Into Solar Power Equipment Manufacturing

Patanjali Ayurved, which started its operations in 2006, has an impressive growth rate with increasing its revenue more than five times. After excelling in consumer goods products market, Patanjali Ayurved Ltd, owned by Baba Ramdev is all set to foray into the manufacturing of solar power equipments. This will be the company’s first exposure to […]

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Su-Kam Organizes Solar Energy Meet with 50 Stakeholders in Lucknow

Over 50 stakeholders converge at Lucknow to deliberate on solar energy roadmap Su-Kam, a leading company in power back- up and solar solutions organized a meet with 50 stakeholders in the solar segment at Lucknow to deliberate on India’s renewable energy roadmap. The meet also showcased latest technologies in the solar segment catering to the […]

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Mumbai Residents Turn to Solar Panels For Savings

Cuffe Parde residents in South Mumbai have decided to install solar panels to generate electricity for the supply of water to their open space. To protect the environment and cut their expenses on power bills, Cuffe Parde residents in South Mumbai have decided to install solar panels to generate electricity for the supply of water […]

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