Clarion Nanotechnology Helps Improve Solar Cell Performance
The latest news from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is that stark - climate destabilization is underway, its potential effects are catastrophic, and something must be done about climate change before it gets completely beyond control.
Meraki Introduces First Solar Powered Outdoor Wi-Fi Access Kit
Meraki Networks, pioneer of the first consumer wireless mesh Internet network designed to "unwire the world," today announced the new Meraki Outdoor repeater and the Meraki Solar accessory, that together can cover entire neighborhoods with Wi-Fi access.
"Nevada Solar One" Parabolic Trough Power Plant to go on Line
In early June, the "Nevada Solar One" parabolic trough power plant located in Boulder City, near Las Vegas, Nevada (USA), will begin supplying power to the grid.
Energy Dept. Awards $22.7 Million for Basic Solar Energy Research
The US Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $22,7 million in basic research projects aimed at improving the capture, conversion and use of solar energy.
Duke Energy Brings Solar Power to Local Schools
Duke Energy has installed photovoltaic systems in 10 Indiana schools to raise awareness of solar power among future generations.
SolarCity's Collective Power Program Taps Communities Into the Sun
SolarCity, a community-wide
installer of solar systems, has successfully completed two additional
cooperative solar power programs to enable and accelerate the migration to
renewable energy sources.
PowerLight Completes 2.2 Megawatt Solar Power Plant in Korea
SunPower Corporation, a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of
high-efficiency, commercially available solar cells, solar panels, and
solar systems, today announced that its subsidiary, PowerLight Corporation, has
completed construction of Mungyeong SP Solar Mountain, a 2,2-megawatt solar
electric power plant in Mungyeong, Korea.
World's First Wind and Solar Commercial Network GSM Cell Site
Motorola, Inc today announced that it has deployed a wind and solar power system to operate MTC Namibia's GSM cell site at Dordabis village in the Khomas region of Namibia.
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