• Researchers create solar cells from trees
  • Earlier this year, the Associated Press reported on the solar industry's hazardous waste problem, showing that — while less dirty than coal and natural gas ... Full Article


  • Saudi Arabia Looks to NREL for Solar Monitoring Expertise
  • WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Saudi Arabia is jumping headlong into renewable energy, with plans to install more solar and wind power in the next 20 years than the rest of the world has installed to date ... Full ArticleFull Article


  • Solar Mamas
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  • Solar Performance Data to Give Investors TLC
  • New Hampshire, USA -- One of the recurring themes in solar energy projects -- and for renewable energy projects writ-large -- is making them attractive to investors and capital. Put another way ... Full Article


  • Solar Photovoltaic Wafer Production Forecast to Grow 19% in 2013
  • After falling 15 percent in 2012, solar photovoltaic wafer production is forecast to grow 19 percent in 2013, passing 30 GW and recovering to the 2011 level, according to the latest NPD Solarbuzz Polysilicon ... Full Article


  • Solar power produced 100% of new energy on U.S. grid in March
  • Solar power accounted for 100 percent of new energy on the U.S.' power grid in March 2013 - an energy matrix that includes coal, natural gas, oil, and a variety of other renewable sources of energy ... Full Article


  • Solar power reinvented?
  • Scientists from UC Santa Barbara's (USCB) have reinvented solar power with a new approach that captures energy using a "forest" of gold nanorods and some chemistry ... Full Article


  • Solaranlagen
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  • Sunrise in the desert
  • One of the world's most remarkable — and unheralded — energy transitions is taking place in the unlikeliest of places: United Arab Emirates ... Full Article


  • Warren Buffett steckt 2.5 Milliarden Dollar in Solarprojekt
  • Los Angeles - Mega-Deal in der US-Strombranche: Das US-Unternehmen SunPower verkauft das Antelope Valley Solarprojekt in Kalifornien - für 2,5 Milliarden Dollar ... Full Article

 

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