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Solar power is now cheaper than the grid in hundreds of Chinese cities
submitted 6 days ago by Chop_Chop from cnn.com
The #1 Risk To Earth
submitted 21 days ago by Tom_Bombadil from youtube.com
***IMPORTANT INFO*** "Solar Grand Minimums, Magnetic Reversals and Ice Ages w Ben Davidson": Guns and Butter #365
submitted 21 days ago by Tom_Bombadil from m.soundcloud.com
Solar Panel Splits Water to Produce Hydrogen. A research team in Belgium says its prototype panel can produce 250 liters of hydrogen gas per day
submitted 1 month ago by Chop_Chop from spectrum.ieee.org
China's lead in the global solar race - at a glance. In the space of 25 years, China will have gone from having virtually no solar panels to leading the world by a margin of more than 100%.
submitted 1 month ago by Chop_Chop from weforum.org
'Just a matter of when': the $20bn plan to power Singapore with Australian solar
submitted 1 month ago by Chop_Chop from theguardian.com
Toyota's New Solar Car Boasts a Staggering Range, Defying Solar Car Critics
submitted 1 month ago by Chop_Chop from inverse.com
World's Largest Solar Power Plant Switched On. This is a headline you may well read more than once in the coming years.
submitted 1 month ago by Chop_Chop from forbes.com
China’s solar installations could hit 50GW in 2020
submitted 1 month ago by Chop_Chop from pv-tech.org
WoodMac: Spanish ‘Gold Rush’ Helps Fuel New European Solar Boom. "After a multi-year period of depressed installations, Europe’s annual solar market is set to double over the next few years, and do so in a sustained manner"
submitted 1 month ago by Chop_Chop from greentechmedia.com
Long read: University of New South Wales enabling terawatts of solar power. "because solar is now so cheap and storage relatively expensive, using electricity as it’s generated is most effective, and we can “do stuff that would have seemed ridiculous in the past"
submitted 2 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-magazine-australia.com
California has too much solar power. That might be good for ratepayers. CA set two renewable energy records last week: the most solar power ever flowing on the state’s main electric grid, & the most solar power ever taken offline because it wasn’t needed.
submitted 2 months ago by Chop_Chop from latimes.com
German Home Receives Federal Prize for Outstanding Innovative Achievements. "This passive house impressively demonstrates how a CO2-free energy, fully independent of the grid or additional external sources of power, is already possible."
submitted 2 months ago by Chop_Chop from solarnovus.com
Creative thinking: Researchers propose solar methanol island using ocean CO₂. Desalination, electrolysis, CO2 capture, methanol synthesis: all running on solar panels.
submitted 2 months ago by Chop_Chop from arstechnica.com
Sweden: The World’s First Solar-Powered Hydrogen Refuelling Station Inaugurated in Mariestad
submitted 2 months ago by Chop_Chop from fuelcellsworks.com
Solar Panels on Our House - One Year In ~ ElmertheClep, 2017-10-25
submitted 2 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
This desalination device delivers cheap, clean water with just solar power
submitted 3 months ago by Chop_Chop from fastcompany.com
The Six Biggest Myths About Battery Storage (Slideshow) By Finn Peacock – Chartered Electrical Engineer, Ex-CSIRO, Founder of SolarQuotes.com.au
submitted 3 months ago by Chop_Chop from solarquotes.com.au
Toyota Industries charges fuel-cell forklifts with solar hydrogen
submitted 3 months ago by Chop_Chop from japantoday.com
Spain’s Balearic Islands to host 10 MW hydrogen project. "Set to be operational in 2021, the green H2 production plant – powered by solar – will supply 10 MW worth of non-polluting energy to sustainable mobility vehicles, hotels and to the industrial estate of Inca"
submitted 3 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-magazine.com
Australia’s first solar to hydrogen-based microgrid gets nearly $1 million in federal funding
submitted 3 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-magazine-australia.com
Switzerland: Record solar hydrogen production with concentrated sunlight | École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
submitted 3 months ago by Chop_Chop from youtube.com
Belgian scientists develop solar hydrogen panel. The innovation is said to be able to produce 250 liters of hydrogen per day and can convert sunlight and water vapor from the air directly into hydrogen gas with an efficiency of 15%.
submitted 4 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-magazine.com
World’s largest floating solar plant connected in China
submitted 5 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-tech.org
First Chinese-owned solar PV manufacturing plant opens in the US
submitted 5 months ago by Chop_Chop from renewableenergyworld.com
New residential solar panels deliver record-breaking efficiency
submitted 6 months ago by Chop_Chop from techxplore.com
Baltic’s largest PV rooftop inaugurated
submitted 6 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-magazine.com
Putting Solar Panels on Water Is a Great Idea—but Will It Float?
submitted 6 months ago by Chop_Chop from scientificamerican.com
Planned 5 GW Indian solar plant will be ‘the world’s largest’
submitted 7 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-magazine.com
Swedish Housing Block Powered 100 Percent by Sun and Hydrogen. "The world's first energy self-sufficient housing complex located in Vårgårda, Sweden, now runs entirely on solar energy & stored H2 as the result of a Danish-Swedish partnership b/w Better Energy & Nilsson Energy."
submitted 8 months ago by Chop_Chop from renewableenergymagazine.com
World’s first, solar-hydrogen powered mini-grids in Uganda. “When the Sunfold generates insufficient power during cloudy days, the hydrogen generator takes over. Thanks to our technology, the Kyenjojo communities will never experience any black-out”
submitted 9 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-magazine.com
Lawrence Berkeley Lab looks to cut out the middleman on solar hydrogen. Scientists at the US Deptartment of Energy’s LBL have created a hybrid device which can produce both hydrogen via water splitting and electricity via photovoltaics.
SolFilm Technology from Sol Voltaics: An Interview with CEO Erik Smith About this Disruptive Solar Panel Technology
submitted 10 months ago by Chop_Chop from energycentral.com
Dubai’s Water and Electricity Authority (DEWA) wants hydrogen at its 1 GW Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park
submitted 10 months ago by Chop_Chop from pv-magazine.com
Australia: Pilbara wind and solar plans jump to 11GW as Macquarie provides capital. "the consortium was also looking at using wind & solar for large scale production of green hydrogen, as envisioned by the likes of chief scientist Alan Finkel, the CSIRO, and others."
submitted 10 months ago by Chop_Chop from reneweconomy.com.au
New Breakthrough Could Slash Solar Prices To New Lows
submitted 10 months ago by Chop_Chop from oilprice.com
Toyota Australia opening solar powered parts warehouse. "The roof of the newly constructed centre in western Sydney is covered with a 605kW solar array capable of generating 874MWh per annum."
submitted 10 months ago by Chop_Chop from just-auto.com
Chinese Solar Giant to Make All Its Panels With Just Solar Power
submitted 10 months ago by Chop_Chop from bloomberg.com
Solar Farms Without Subsidy Sprout From Gloomy Britain to Italy. At least 15 projects in Europe are planned on the basis that government support won’t be needed to profit.
"Golden Sandwich" Solar Cell Converts 85% Of Sunlight To Electricity
submitted 11 months ago by Chop_Chop from cleantechnica.com
Why China, and not the US, is the leader in solar power. The solar panel was invented in the US. So why is the US not its biggest proponent?
submitted 12 months ago by Chop_Chop from aljazeera.com
LA Times 6/22/17: California invested heavily in solar power. Now there's so much that other states are sometimes paid to take it
submitted 1 year ago by Chop_Chop from latimes.com
Chiquita Banana 1.25MW Rooftop Solar Tracking System -over 3000 panels
submitted 1 year ago by Chop_Chop from solarnovus.com
Scientific American From 2008: Inside the Solar-Hydrogen House: No More Power Bills--Ever (Oldie but Goodie)
submitted 1 year ago by Chop_Chop from scientificamerican.com
The world's largest solar farm rises in the remote Egyptian desert