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Thin transparent film could improve electronics and solar cells

By Printed Electronics World A team of researchers, led by the University of Minnesota, have discovered a new nano-scale thin film material with the highest-ever conductivity in its class. The [...]

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China is planning ahead for life after coal

By Janet Xuanli Liao, Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Energy Security Studies, University of Dundee China’s remarkable growth over the past three decades has elevated it to global [...]

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Trial floating solar installation in Orlando is first of hopefully many for Florida utility

by  Kelly Pickerel for Solar Power World Minnesota might be known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, but Florida is pretty water-dense too. The state has 30,000 lakes spread across three million acres [...]

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Seven cool solar installations at U.S. airports

by Kelly Pickerel for Solar Power World It’s hard to miss the millions of solar panels installed in the United States. We’re on record to hit 16 gigawatts of solar energy production by the end of [...]

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This solar panel produces up to 5 liters of drinking water per day from the air

Zero Mass Water’s Source device is a rooftop solar device that produces water instead of just electricity. by Derek Markham for treehugger With the virtual explosion of rooftop solar arrays [...]

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Planting Pollinator Gardens At Solar Farms

In addition to providing a renewable source of energy, the space in and around solar farms has the potential to be suitable habitat for pollinators such as bees, butterflies and other beneficial [...]

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Kentucky Coal Museum Switching to Solar Power

By Alexandra Larkin, CNN, for KITV You wouldn’t expect a museum dedicated to the coal industry to run on anything other than coal — but a mining museum in Kentucky is soon to be solar [...]

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Instead of promoting coal, Chile and others are turning to cheap sun power

‘A solar Saudi Arabia’ While Trump promotes coal, Chile and others are turning to cheap sun power By Nick Miroff  for the Washington Post  MARIA ELENA, Chile On the solar farms of the Atacama [...]

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UK breaks solar energy record on sunny March weekend

by Adam Vaughan for the guardian Amount of electricity demanded by homes and businesses one afternoon was lower than it was during night for first time ever Last weekend’s sunny weather was not [...]

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London’s Black Cabs Go Green as Geely Opens Coventry Factory

by Jess Shankleman for Bloomberg Markets An all-electric version of London’s iconic black cab is set to go on sale at the end of this year after its Chinese manufacturer opened a solar-powered [...]