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After Hurricane Ida, Communities in US Get help From Solar Installations

South Louisiana communities hit hard by Hurricane Ida are now using the power of the sun in their recovery efforts. New Orleans Solar Company, PosiGen Solar, has teamed up with the Footprint Project to deploy 12 solar power stations at disaster supply sites in hurricane-damaged areas. A dozen firehouses, churches and community centers damaged or […]

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Goldi Solar Unveils HELOCò™ Pro Module Series with M10 Technology

Solar PV manufacturer Goldi Solar has launched its new product line – the HELOCò Pro module series — which features mono-facial and bi-facial modules with M10 wafer size. With an area up to 2.58 square meter, weight of 32kg and power of 560W, the new modules can be widely used in utility, agriculture, industrial, and […]

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Solar Recycling Is Becoming A Race Against Time

In the last two decades, millions of solar panels have been installed, with an expected lifetime of between 25 and 30 years. That means  over the coming years, a trickle of discarded panels will gradually turn into a flood, requiring effective recycling techniques to be in place soon. Solar recycling technologies, have their task cut […]

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BV Approves SolarDuck’s Offshore Solar Floating Tech

French certification company Bureau Veritas (BV) has granted an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Dutch RE firm SolarDuck for its offshore floating solar solution ‘King Eider’. This is the first time such an approval has been granted to an offshore floating solar technology, marking the beginning of a new era for this form of renewable […]

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Extreme Events & O&M of Solar PV Plants

Background Extreme weather events, driven by climate change, can have huge risks for solar PV systems too. For investors, reassurance of ongoing financial security of their solar system is critical to securing initial investment. PV plants are installed outdoors and whilst generating electricity, they also endure the test of nature and all her elements. How […]

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Researchers Devise New Methods for ‘Solar-to-fuel’ Production

In an article published in Coordination Chemistry Reviews, researchers have highlighted the potential of covalent organic frameworks (COFs), a new class of light-absorbing materials, in solar-to-fuel production. Photocatalysts absorb energy from light to make a chemical reaction happen. The best known photocatalyst is perhaps chlorophyll, the green pigment in plants that helps turn sunlight into […]

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Solar Cells with Ferroelectric Crystal Lattice Produce 1,000 Times More Power

Researchers from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU), Germany, have developed a lattice arrangement of three different layers of ferroelectric crystals that induced a powerful effect in solar cells. The researchers believe that on integration with the ferroelectric crystal lattice, the solar cells can become thousand times more powerful. They say that combining ultra-thin layers of […]

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These 5 Firms Moved To Solar in 2021. How Many Will Follow?

Indian corporates across energy-intensive sectors are increasingly adopting solar for captive use, the latter comprising a solar power plant that is deployed by a company for its own consumption. That is, power generated by such a solar power plant is consumed entirely by the developing company itself. For instance, Mumbai-headquartered auto major Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. […]

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The 7-Point Checklist Before You Finalize Your Rooftop Solar System

Solar power is still considered new in India. It was in 2010 when Government of India launched National Solar Mission (NSM) as a key initiatives with an aim to promote sustainable ecological growth while solving for country’s energy security. From 1.2 GW in 2012 to 40 GW in 2021, Solar Energy in India today is […]

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