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The Perfect Solar Power Solution – Integrating technology without compromising aesthetics

By Simone du Boise for Metal Architecture Magazine Unobtrusive, reliable, economically viable and high-performance technology is key to acceptance. Utilizing truly thin, MiaSolé photovoltaics [...]

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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), [...]

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Solar Grew Faster Than All Other Forms of Power for the First Time

By Anna Hirtenstein for Bloomberg Solar power grew faster than any other source of fuel for the first time in 2016, the International Energy Agency said in a report suggesting the technology will [...]

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Solar Grew Faster Than All Other Forms of Power for the First Time

By Anna Hirtenstein for Bloomberg Solar power grew faster than any other source of fuel for the first time in 2016, the International Energy Agency said in a report suggesting the technology will [...]

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Japan looks to combine solar power with mushroom farming

By Megan Treacy for Treehugger Since the Fukushima disaster, Japan has focused on steering away from nuclear power and toward renewable energy generation, but an obstacle to that has been finding [...]

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Solar Power Does What? 4 Unusual Uses of Photovoltaic Technology

From Energy.gov It’s becoming more common to find solar panels on rooftops, but that’s just one of thousands of places where they are generating power. As costs drop and energy production rises, [...]

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For this Remote Village of Gidewari, a Solar-Power Solution to its Water Problem

By The World Bank The village of Gidewari’s 3,600 residents once lived a life of striking irony, trekking more than 8km each day for water despite living next to a lake. Lake Gidewari is [...]

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Switching From Coal To Solar Could Save 50,000 Lives

By Irina Slav for Oilprice.com Replacing coal-fired power plants with solar power installations could save as many as 51,999 lives every year, a study from the Michigan Technological University [...]

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UK achieves solar power record as temperatures soar

From BBC News A record amount of solar power was generated on Friday as Britain basked in sunshine and temperatures of up to 28C, the National Grid has said. It said 8.7 gigawatts (GW) had been [...]

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