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Hanergy unveils new BIPV Product for Skyscrapers and ecological buildings

From PV Europe HanWall is Hanergy’s newest development in the building-integrated PV segment, going well beyond simple installation of rooftop solar panels and making power generating capability [...]

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Solar power to deliver unique benefits to war-prone and disaster areas

Aid groups are eying solar energy as a possible replacement for diesel generators in areas in need of rebuilding, such as Syria where fuel is costly and unreliable. In some cases, sabotaging fuel [...]

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Chernobyl Has a New Power Plant, But This Time It’s Solar

A new 1 megawatt solar plant opens a few hundred feet from the site of the 1986 disaster. By  Avery Thompson for Popular Mechanics Since 2000, the power plant at Chernobyl has been inactive. Even [...]

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From California to Texas, these are the US states leading the way in solar

By Anmar Frangoul for CNBC More than 2 gigawatts (GW) of photovoltaic solar capacity was installed in the U.S. during the second quarter of 2018, according to a recent report from Wood Mackenzie [...]

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Solar is always shinier on the other side of the fence

A new study from the University of New Brunswick confirms that homeowners are more likely to install a residential PV array if they live in areas with a high concentration of rooftop solar power [...]

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Cranberry farmers looking for sunnier pastures via solar panels

By Jennette Barnes  for South Coast Today It’s always sunny on the cranberry bogs, except when it’s cloudy. Things are pretty cloudy right now for the cranberry industry, and growers in [...]

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Wind and solar power plants in Sahara could turn desert green

Renewable infrastructure projects have potential to alter local climate for the better, scientists suggest by Josh Gabbatiss for The Independent Installing massive fields of wind [...]

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Rooftop solar will help small businesses weather the next recession

by Brenden Millstein for Greenbiz The U.S. economy has been on one of the longest bull runs in history, but with mostly stagnant wage growth, rising interest rates and record-high asset prices [...]

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Big steel goes big solar in the US

By  CHRISTIAN ROSELUND for PV Magazine A deal between Xcel Energy and steelmaker EVRAZ includes the building of a 240 MW solar project near the company’s Rocky Mountain Steel mill in Pueblo, [...]

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World now has 1 TW of wind and solar capacity, 2 TW expected in 2023

From Renewables Now The global wind and solar power capacity has reached 1 TW at the end of June and is expected to double by the middle of 2023, Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) said last [...]