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Five Football Size Floating Solar Project to aid Brazil’s Electricity Crisis

Acclaimed as an environmental crime, Balbina dam today merely generates electricity. Located near the equator line some 200 kilometers (125 miles) north of the Amazonian city of Manaus, the dam once deluged a section of the Amazon rainforest. Today, this huge artificial lake is been eyed conducive for a revolutionary floating solar panels project. Built during Brazil’s 1964-1985 […]

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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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Imagine Roads Paved with Solar – France turns Head

Yes, there is a slew for alternative energy globally and solar energy is spelled as the best and acceptable alternative. But, imaging solar panels paved into the roads seems unimaginable. France has determined to alternate asphalt with solar panels as the French officials announces plans to construct a 1,000-kilometer-long (621-mile-long) solar roadway, with each kilometer capable […]

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More than 99 million homes across the world to run on Solar by 2020: Report

By the year 2020 more than 99 million households across the world will be powered by solar panels claims a report. A London-based research company in a report stated that off-grid solar market has witnessed USD 276 million investments in 2015, a 15-fold increase since 2012. The report also says that there is USD 3.1 […]

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World’s Largest Floating Solar Farm edifices in London to vie Japan

Recently, England is shouting ‘solar as big as never’, the phrase went real after the country announces successful commissioning of Europe’s largest floating solar farm. According to reports, the £6 million (about $8 million) project will help power local water treatment plants that provide clean drinking water to London and south-east England’s 10 million residents. […]

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Canadian Northern Territory aims to Operate Completely on Solar

Canada is in vigorous search for alternatives sources to deviate itself from fossils fuels. Colville Lake situated in the Sahtu Region of the Northwest Territories of Canada is known to have successfully prototyped a system of batteries and solar panels that will leverage the entire community to run on sun’s energy; at least in the […]

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Solar Storm Houses as Fuel alarms Nepal

After Nepal is dithery on power sources and depending on the sun and full-moon to light up houses, the country is majorly facing scarce on national fuel reservoirs.  With growing political turbulence and dominant protestors, the country looms on economic revamp. The country has a well economic dropout the easy and viable option for the […]

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How Solar will cash ‘Energy’ for Mankind – Analysis

The Sun is approximately half way through the most stable part of its life. Date back to the past four billion years, it hasn’t changed dramatically and believe that it will remain fairly stable for another four billion years. An energy which is generated from the sunlight (Sun) today is also well accepted by ‘solar […]

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Gloucestershire Solar Plant Faces Critical Protest, Mammoth Project Halts

UK’s biggest solar ranch Projects which would have secured a zone proportionate to 150 football grounds have been tossed out after protests from locales. Campaigners said the plan for the 185,000-solar panel ranch on 262 acres of land would have “Industrialized” the pleasant banks of the River Severn in Gloucestershire. There were cheers as it […]

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