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The Solar PV House

A customer in England used FLEX modules in a creative way on his residence. You can read his blog here: solarpvhouse.com.  

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Meet Georgia’s Solar Road

People usually think of highways as polluted eyesores, but an 18-mile stretch of road in rural Georgia is working to change that perception. By Adina Solomon for US News More than 164,000 miles [...]

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Green Tech Bus Uses FLEX Modules

Green Energy Scandinavia is pleased to announce that the bus company Nettbuss AS, has installed Green Energy’s unique solar cell systems on 10 buses in a demonstration project. Now, the new [...]

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Clouds Are No Problem for New Bacteria-Powered Solar Panels

By Avery Thompson for Popular Mechanics Researchers at the University of British Columbia have developed a new kind of solar cell that can convert sunlight into electricity, but instead of using [...]

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Sun-Blessed Madagascar Turns to Solar to Reduce Energy Costs

By Aina Rahagalala for Bloomberg Madagascar’s state power utility may become profitable by 2020 as the Indian Ocean island nation builds more solar plants to cut electricity-production costs, [...]

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An ambitious national solar power strategy to fix Togo’s electricity problem might just work

By Kwasi Gyamfi Asiedu for Quartz Media In Togo, the electricity access rate is 28% , far below the West African average of 40%. Both rural and urban households struggle not only with access [...]

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This new solar farm combines clean energy and beehives

Using the space around the solar panels as sites for 48 hives, the Eagle Point solar farm is using its land to save pollinators and help local agriculture. By Adele Peters for Fast Company At a [...]

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Community Solar Can Help Meet Zero Net Energy Goals

By Dylan Sullivan for NRDC California’s new building energy code ensures that most new homes in the state will produce as much electricity as they consume, using solar power and energy efficient [...]

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Fresno Shines When It Comes to Solar Power Generation

Fresno’s solar capacity was estimated at 343 watts per person. Only Honolulu, Hawaii, at more than 606 watts, ranked higher in the U.S. in the per capita estimates. BY TRIBUNE NEWS [...]

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On the bright side, report finds residential solar won’t decline this year

From Utility Dive by Robert Walton Dive Brief: Residential solar capacity installations are expected to remain stable this year, compared with last. Following a 15% decline in 2017, Greentech [...]