All publications by tag «SOLAR»
2020, May, 28, 11:20:00AUSTRALIA'S SOLAR AND BATTERY MICRO-GRIDS
“Stand-alone power systems, which are usually a combination of solar, batteries and a back-up generator, are getting cheaper and more sophisticated. In contrast, supplying customers using poles and wires in remote areas can be very costly.”
2020, May, 13, 12:50:00CHINA'S ENERGY WILL DOUBLE
China generates more electricity than Europe and the USA combined and China will double again in twenty years.
2020, May, 8, 11:35:00INDIA'S SOLAR POWER UP 28%
Solar power was responsible for 3.6% of the India’s overall power production in fiscal 2019/20,
2020, April, 29, 12:15:00UAE SOLAR POWER PRICE DOWN
UAE, Abu Dhabi Power Corporation (ADPower) announced, today, the world’s lowest tariff for solar power.
2020, March, 30, 09:50:00INDIA'S SOLAR DIGITAL ENERGY GROWTH
India intends to solarize its digital future. It became a world leader in the fight against climate change when Prime Minister Modi launched the International Solar Alliance with 121 member countries ahead of the Paris Agreement in 2015, with the primary objective to work for efficient exploitation of solar energy to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
2020, March, 27, 13:35:00U.S. SOLAR POWER UP
There are 10.4 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale solar capacity currently under construction across the United States
2020, March, 27, 13:25:00BIFACIAL SOLAR POWER
Chinese panel maker Trina Solar, has launched two new PERC monocrystalline bifacial solar modules, each with a reported power output of 500 W.
2020, March, 2, 12:20:00RUSSIA'S SOLAR PROTEIN
Scientists at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Russia) have created a new type of solar panel based on hybrid material consisting of quantum dots (QDs) and photosensitive protein.
2020, March, 2, 12:10:00SOLAR POWER CONFUSION
If it took a solar energy professional, such as myself, this long to understand what was being said, just consider what confusion others might have.
2020, February, 24, 10:15:00BRAZIL'S SOLAR POWER UP BY 19%
Brazil's solar power output in the first 15 days of the month went up to 587 average megawatts (MWa) from 495 MWa a year ago for a 18.6% increase.