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China builds cutting-edge solar motorway

China builds cutting-edge SOLAR motorway that could charge electric cars as they travel on it and melt snow in sub-zero weather By Tracy You for the Daily Mail China is set to open its first [...]

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Floating Solar Rigs Split Seawater to Make Hydrogen Fuel

By Kyree Leary for Futurism Columbia Engineering assistant professor Danial Esposito and his team have created a floating device capable of producing hydrogen gas (H2) for fuel using sunlight and [...]

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China Building Second Enormous Floating Solar Farm on Top of Defunct Coal Mine

By Lorraine Chow for EcoWatch An old coal mine is being reborn as an enormous renewable energy plant. The state-run energy company China Three Gorges New Energy Co. is building a 150-megawatt [...]

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World’s First Solar-Powered Train Ready To Launch In Australia

By Aimee Lutkin for Greenmatters The non-profit Byron Bay Railroad Company has been working on restoring a track in Australia between the Byron Bay town centre and the North Beach precinct for a [...]

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Hanergy’s Hantile Solution Receives TUV Certification

BEIJING, Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Hantile, Hanergy’s recently launched product combining highly efficient thin-film solar panels with traditional roof tiles, has received SGS-TUV [...]

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With the right moves, India’s renewables push could lift thousands of rural workers out of poverty

From Quartz Media India’s major renewable energy push could be as much about poverty reduction and job creation as it is about energy security and climate change. The Narendra Modi government [...]

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5,500 K-12 Schools Have Already Gone Solar

By  Lorraine Chow for EcoWatch Nearly 5,500 K-12 schools in the U.S. are harnessing the sun’s rays for energy, according to a new report by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), [...]