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It’s Official: U.S. Solar Market Shattered Records In 2016

by Joseph Bebon on February 15, 2017 It’s no surprise that the U.S. solar sector broke records in 2016 – analysts long expected it to be a boom year – but newly released data highlights just how [...]

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Infinite Solar Power Technology Could Completely Change Our Future

By Dom Galeon for Futurism THE SUN GOES UP, AND OIL GOES DOWN Last 2016, solar power saw a resurgence — from cheaper solar panels to innovative roofing for houses and cars, to solar powered [...]

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China Makes Major Investment In Renewable Power Generation

The investment will create over 13 million jobs in the sector. From The World Post China will plow 2.5 trillion yuan ($361 billion) into renewable power generation by 2020, the country’s energy [...]

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New Delhi Metro to run on solar power by 2017

By Pragya Singh for THE ASIAN AGE The corporation has set a target of 50 MW solar power by installing rooftop solar power plants on its buildings by 2021. Taking a major leap toward green energy [...]

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Gaza students build solar power car to combat fuel shortage

Khaled Bardawil and Jamal al-Meqati, both 23-year-old, designed and built the solar power vehicle to combat fuel shortage and the constant electrical blackouts plaguing the Gaza Strip. “We [...]

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MIT Students Bring Solar Power to the Poor

In some isolated clinics in parts of Africa, the electricity needed to power lights and medical devices is generated by expensive imported diesel fuel; the water supply can be so cold in winter [...]

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IRENA: Solar energy boosts food production and fights poverty

From Solar Magazine A new paper from IRENA, launched at InterSolar Europe in Munich, highlights the way solar technology is being used to power food production and empower communities to escape [...]

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Solar Power to Grow Sixfold as Sun Becoming Cheapest Resource

By Mahmoud Habboush, Claudia Carpenter for Bloomberg The amount of electricity generated using solar panels stands to expand as much as sixfold by 2030 as the cost of production falls below [...]

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Solar Power Saves Everyone Money

Study finds benefits for all ratepayers and greater reduction in greenhouse gases By Nancy Averett, Boston University Hoping to reduce their greenhouse emissions, Kelley Hippler and her husband, [...]

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Ireland’s first solar farm helping to power Belfast airport

From RTE News The first large-scale ground-based solar electricity generation park on the island of Ireland has opened in Co Antrim. The 30-acre solar farm at Crookedstone Road, which cost £5m [...]

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