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NREL Research Points to Strategies for Recycling of Solar...

Due to rapid increase of PV installations over the past decade, there is expected to be an explosion of retired PV modules by 2050. NREL scientists propose research and development to advance processes for managing this waste and establishing a...

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How Widespread Will Solar Energy Be Soon

The ever-evolving form of power is at the brink of mass adoption and it is expected to become the most important source of energy for electricity production, the world over, by 2030.

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E2 Report Finds Clean Energy Stimulus Could Create...

As Congress considers additional measures to support and jumpstart the U.S. economy, a new E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) and E4TheFuture analysis finds that the U.S. could create 860,000 full-time jobs for at least five years and add $66...

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Solar Causes Highest Power Peaks Under Mixed-Cloud...

Dutch researchers have shown that power peaks caused by solar generation may be stronger under partial cloudiness than clear skies. According to their findings, mixed-cloud conditions can enhance PV power production due to light reflected off...

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"We are going to have to move away from fossil fuels, as we're going to run out. They're finite, whereas solar and wind are infinite."
-Ted Turner
now virtual!
The Next Energy Battle: Renewables vs. Natural Gas

As coal declines and wind and solar energy rise, some are pushing to limit the use of natural gas, but utilities say they are not ready to do so. Power sources at Dominion Energy in Remington, Va., include natural gas, a diesel backup tank and...

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Solar Flow Battery: Single Device Generates, Stores and...

Chemists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and their collaborators have created a highly efficient and long-lasting solar flow battery, a way to generate, store and redeliver renewable electricity from the sun in one device. The new device...

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In Solar Project, Pitt Looks to the Sky In Latest...

The University of Pittsburgh has signed an agreement to buy all of the solar energy produced by a planned local solar plant, which amounts to about 13% of the Oakland campus's energy consumption. The announcement came last week from Aurora...

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Military Spaceplane Experiment Sheds Light on Space...

An experiment launched May 17 onboard the U.S. Air Force's X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle-6 is based on over a decade of work focused on a modular space solar satellite capable of beaming energy to Earth. Developed by the U.S. Naval Research...

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Solar Firm Buying Land Rights Near Coal Plants With Eye...

As coal plants retire, they leave behind power lines and grid connections that can be a big asset to renewable developers. A utility-scale solar developer is acquiring land rights near U.S. coal-fired power plants, hoping the facilities will...

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Join the Cutting-Edge Solar Decathlon Design Challenge!

Are you interested in exploring creative solutions for real-world issues in the building industry?Join theU.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon®Design Challenge, where collegiate student teams blend design excellence and smart energy...

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 EuroSun 2020 September 1 – 3, 2020 | Virtual Conference. 13th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry

The  National Solar Tour  hosted by ASES and Solar United Neighbors,  Sept 28-Oct 4 , 2020 is the largest grassroots renewable energy event in the nation.

Solar World Congress 2020 December 2020 to November 2021 as a virtual online conference, will be celebrating "ISES at 50 - The Century of Solar"

U.S. Department of Energy  Solar Decathlon ® 2021 Design Challenge  April 16–18, 2021.


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