1.3 MW Project Expected to Save District $442,000 in Energy Costs in First Year, $22.5 Million over the Next 20 Years
U.S. Solar Industry Points to Evidence of Chinese Government's Escalating Intervention in World Renewable-Energy Markets
Chinese Government's New Domestic Subsidy Program and Rescue Plans for Troubled Producers Perpetuate Distortions of World Solar Market, U.S. Group Says
Wilmington Has a Premier Dealer for the Planet's Most Efficient Solar Panels
he PV market in Southeast Asia is forecast to diversify significantly in the future.
Conergy Builds 900 kW Stand-Alone PV Systems for Madhya Pradesh Forest Department
Expert Speakers and Top Notch Exhibitors to be present
Qualcomm to speak on WEVC at The Battery Show & Charging Infrastructure Expo
SkyFuel's SkyTrough®DSP (top) compared to the SkyTrough® (middle) and the Nevada Solar One trough (bottom), shown inside a football stadium for scale.
Collaboration Aims to Further Research and Solve Key Biological Challenges for Commercial-Scale Algae-to-Energy Production
"The solar market is under constant pressure to reduce costs and increase efficiencies"
A solar cell made entirely from carbon, one of the most abundant elements on earth, has been developed for the first time by a research team from Stanford University. The discovery opens the door to much cheaper energy generation capabilities in the future. The results are published in the Oct. 31 online edition of the journal ACS Nano. Stanford Professor Zhenan Bao says: "Photovoltaics will definitely be a very important source of power that we will tap into in the future," said study senior author Zhenan Bao, a professor of chemical engineering at Stanford University . "We have a lot of available sunlight. We've got to figure out some way to use this natural resource that is given to us." Stanford University scientists have developed the first solar cell made entirely of carbon. This new solar cell promises a cheaper alternative to the expensive, silicon-based photovoltaic solar panels available today.
The resulting energy will be enough to power over 600 homes.
Initial results from the 2012 National Solar Jobs Census found that the solar industry now employs 119,016 Americans across all 50 states, having grown 13.2 percent over last year
On November 15-17, 2012, SGS will participate in China Wind Power 2012 in Beijing and present its renewable energy services at stand WB23.
Efficiency rating now recognized internationally
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