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Chandigarh’s Total Solarification Faces Multiple Hurdles

The installation of solar power plants on the rooftops was made mandatory for all non-residential a well as residential buildings whose area around them is 1 Kanal and above, and the deadline for installation was set 17 May 2018 but was later extended by six months. Although it was made mandatory by the Chandigarh Administration […]

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Solar Power Fills Mumbai Housing Society’s 81% Energy Demand

With the generation of 45-50 units per day the solar rooftop plant will generate 16,900 units in a year. The society also has a net metering policy that facilitates the solar system to be connected with the electricity grid. To meet their electricity demands Mulund Darshan housing complex in Mulund (East) has shifted from conventional […]

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Waaree Energies Introduces ‘Pronto’ To Revolutionise Rooftop Solar In India

Pronto is a result of the continued commitment of Waaree to make renewable energy accessible across the country. It brings together the best in technology and innovation, to a product that can be used across residential, industrial and commercial sectors. Waaree Energies Ltd., solar panel manufacturing company recently launched a first of its kind, do-it-yourself […]

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Florida Power & Light Augments Solar Energy Center with Advanced Batteries

This innovative system incorporates a 10-megawatt/40-megawatt-hour battery-storage project into the operations of the FPL Babcock Ranch Solar Energy Center, a 74.5-megawatt solar power plant that FPL built in 2016 in Charlotte County, Florida. Florida Power & Light Company has announced another milestone in its long-term strategy of delivering affordable clean energy to customers: the creation […]

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Slow ‘Hot Electrons’ Could Improve Solar Cell Efficiency

Photons with energy higher than the ‘band gap’ of the semiconductor absorbing them give rise to what are known as hot electrons. The extra energy in respect to the band gap is lost very fast, as it is converted into heat so it does not contribute to the voltage. University of Groningen Professor of Photophysics […]

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Laser Evaporation Technology to Create New Solar Materials

A team of materials scientists at Duke University in the US has developed a new laser evaporation technique to create new hybrid thin-film materials that could be used to make solar cells, light-emitting diodes and photodetectors. The research team described their methods in the journal ACS Energy Letters. As Duke explains, Perovskites are a class […]

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This Brand-New City in Florida Will Rely Solely On Solar Energy

The new development calls itself “America’s First Solar-Powered Town”. Solar energy is being adopted by more and more cities all over the world. This time Babcock Ranch – a newly built city in Southwest Florida – will be the first totally ecological, self-sustaining place like it in the U.S. that will completely rely on solar […]

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Solar Power is Utilized to Illuminate Transport Covers During the Evening

The rollout is part of a three-year plan that will see a total of 50 bus stops across the island using solar-powered illumination. Fifteen bus stops along the main service route from Douglas to Ramsey have been fitted with Zeta Specialist Lighting’s solar shelter lighting kit. The rollout is part of a three-year plan that […]

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Scientists Elevate Quantum Dot Solar Cell World Record

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) established a new world efficiency record for quantum dot solar cells, at 13.4 percent. Colloidal quantum dots are electronic materials and because of their astonishingly small size (typically 3-20 nanometers in dimension) they possess fascinating optical properties. Quantum dot solar cells emerged […]

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