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Install a solar attic fan at your home. Enthusiasm is contagious!

Residents are more likely to install solar panels on their own homes if their neighbours have also embraced the technology. A study by Yale and New York University investigating the effects of social interaction on adoption of solar photovoltaic panels -- i.e. whether other people's enthusiasm for solar power is contagious -- discovered that an increase of just ten solar panel installations in a post code was accompanied by 7.8

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 June 2nd, 2014|

Energy Efficiency: Turning Our Roads Into Gigantic Solar Panels

There are about 31,251 square miles of roads, parking lots, driveways, playgrounds, bike paths, and sidewalks in the lower 48 states. If Julie and Scott Brusaw have their way, they will all someday be replaced with solar panels. For the better part of a decade, the Idaho couple has been working on energy efficiency by prototyping an industrial-strength panel that could withstand the weight of even the largest trucks. They

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 May 21st, 2014|

Obama promotes solar powered energy in USA which should include solar attic fans

Washington - Apr 17th, 2012 The White House Thursday announced a series of measures aimed at increasing solar energy production in the United States, particularly by giving an incentive to the installation of solar panels in public spaces. President Barack Obama and his Democratic allies in Congress want laws to fight climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but Republicans, who hold the majority in the House of Representatives, have blocked all

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 April 25th, 2014|

IPCC climate change report: averting catastrophe is eminently affordable

Catastrophic climate change can be averted without sacrificing living standards according to a UN report, which concludes that the transformation required to a world of clean energy is eminently affordable. “It doesn’t cost the world to save the planet,” said economist Professor Ottmar Edenhofer, who led the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) team. The cheapest and least risky route to dealing with global warming is to abandon all dirty

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 April 16th, 2014|

NTU scientists discover material that can be solar cell by day, light panel by night

In future, when your mobile or tablet runs out of battery, you could just recharge it by putting it out in the sun. Nanyang Technological University (NTU) scientists have developed a next-generation solar cell material which can also emit light, in addition to converting light to electricity. This solar cell is developed from Perovskite, a promising material that could hold the key to creating high-efficiency, inexpensive solar cells. The new

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 April 9th, 2014|

The Red Faces of the Solar Skeptics

By Nancy Folbre, professor emerita of economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. If the faces of renewable energy critics are not red yet, they soon will be. For years, these critics — of solar photovoltaics in particular — have called renewable energy a boutique fantasy. A recent Wall Street Journal blog post continues the trend, asserting that solar subsidies take money from the poor to benefit the rich. But solar-generated electricity is turning

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 April 1st, 2014|

Greenlight Planet Launches Most Affordable Solar Mobile Charging Product In Africa

Greenlight Planet, a for-profit solar energy company serving off-grid families in Africa and South Asia announces the launch of two new products across sub-Saharan Africa: The Sun King Mobile and Sun King Pro2. In addition to providing bright, nighttime lighting for homes that use paraffin lanterns, both products are designed to charge user's mobile phones using solar energy. Featuring proprietary technology and designed for the rigors of the rural marketplace,

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 March 24th, 2014|

High-Concentration Solar Photovoltaic Systems to Reach Greater Efficiencies

  Consistent improvements in technology and gradually lower costs will drive high-concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) systems to superior efficiencies, making HCPV an increasingly viable rival to conventional solar-generating solutions, according to the latest analysis from IHS Technology. The cell efficiency of HCPV systems, currently at 40 to 42 percent, will exceed 45 percent by 2017. Such cells, used with concentrating optics, will then lead to commercial-system efficiencies approaching 40 percent, compared

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 March 17th, 2014|

Solar Power Begins to Shine as Environmental Benefits Pay Off

  PARIS — Amid polemics over rising electricity prices in Europe and the level of green energy subsidies in various countries, it is easy to lose sight of the fact that the growth in clean-energy generation is a huge success story. Solar photovoltaic generation, known as PV, like wind power before it, is coming into the mainstream — at great environmental benefit. Based on comparative life-cycle analyses of power sources,

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:57+00:00 March 7th, 2014|

Solar-powered travel: opening up new routes across sky, sea and land

The wings of the experimental aircraft arch more than 63 metres, the same span as an Airbus A340, but they look frail, supported on the airstrip by wheeled struts. They are covered in a patina of 11,268 photovoltaic cells, which look dark blue in the grey predawn. The four 10-horsepower propellers they power now start to spin silently. Bertrand Piccard, a 55-year-old explorer and psychiatrist, dons his helmet and oxygen mask and

By | 2014-07-10T09:30:44+00:00 February 28th, 2014|