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New Solar Technology Turns Any Surface Into Solar Panel

Posted at Realty Evolved This flexible material turns any surface into a solar panel New Solar Technology Turns Any Surface Into Solar Panel originally posted at Realty Evolved...
by Realty Evolved on Mar 30, 2016

7 Green Home Renovations that will Save you Money

Tired of watching the majority of your household budget disappear into utility costs every month? Fortunately, today's homeowners have many available resources that can help them keep heating and cooling costs down as well as save water. Fo...
by 50plusfinance on Apr 16, 2015

Urban Landscape

“The hardest thing of all is to find a black cat in a dark room, especially if there is no cat.”― Confucius         music+imageThanks for visiting, please be sure that I read each and every one of your kind comment...

Cost Effective Solar Panel Project Idea For Engineers

 Low cost silicon Production: cost effective solar panels Compared to the current standard, a new method of producing solar cells could reduce the amount of silicon per unit area by upto 90 percent. This would help the manufacturers to produce solar...
by MechAntGroup on Jan 31, 2015

Silicor Materials to Build Solar Silicon Plant in Iceland

Silicor Materials, Inc., a manufacturer of high-quality solar silicon and a producer of aluminum by-products, has selected a site at the port of Grundartangi in Iceland for its first large-scale solar silicon production facility. Related posts: Opti...
by Solar Energy Blog on Jul 16, 2014

Nanotechnology May Be Worth the Wait

University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) researchers have developed a formula for creating a nearly perfect compound semiconductor that could lead to more efficient photovoltaics, safe and high-resolution biological imaging... Read Mor...
by Zintro Blog on Apr 17, 2014

iLAND FLY, Strong & Multi Functions Charger That Using Solar Cells

The charger is named iLAND FLY. Party of iLAND said that this charger has a resistance to water, dust and shock. With a size that is not too large (the dimensions 23.5 x 9.5 cm) making this charger can be taken anywhere easily.

Moon dust collects ten times faster than thought

The fabric layer that covered the moon appears to grow faster than astronomers previously thought. Ten times faster Although it is still painfully slow – a millimeter per year in 1000 – the quick dust buildup can affect the solar cells th...
by NewsHoks on Nov 21, 2013

Puma AE: Small Plane Capable of Surviving to Fly Over 9 Hours with the Power of Solar Cells

A small plane with the name Puma AE recently introduced by AeroVironment. The unmanned aircraft was equipped with environmentally friendly technology thanks to the presence of solar cells as a power source. Although the use of energy from solar cells...
by New Gadgets Leak on Aug 16, 2013

Will Solar In Home Replace Convential Power

What tasks are needed to setup the solar powered system in my home? Because of the ever increasing electric power premiums, individuals are interested in sustainable energy alternatives. By the way of solar panel products, the sun's electrical power...

You've Heard About Solar Panels Made From Blueberries? It's True Enough!

Believe it or not!Blueberries are some of the most healthy foods on the planet. The berry itself has a range of flavors - from mildly sweet to tart and tangy. It also has significant health benefits. And now, blueberries are showing promise in ass...

Transparent Solar Cells - Now You See Them, Soon You Won't

    It is an exciting time in solar energy for materials scientists. Dye sensitized solar cells are narrowing the efficiency gap, carbon solar cells have become a reality and transparent solar cells are becoming practical. Despi...

Latest Development on Solar Panels

Solar cells takes leap forward Finland’s scientists at the Aalto University have announced a break through in developing a more efficient solar cell, referred to as a black cell. standard solar cells cannot convert the sun infrared rays and...
by Energy Renewable Energy on Apr 4, 2013

Latest Development on Solar Panels

Solar cells takes leap forward Finland’s scientists at the Aalto University have announced a break through in developing a more efficient solar cell, referred to as a black cell. standard solar cells cannot convert the sun infrared rays and...
by Energy Renewable Energy on Apr 4, 2013

Inhabitat's Week in Green: TORQ Roadster, quantum-dot solar cells and an invisibility cloak

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green.This week, Team Inhabitat traveled to Mountain View, Calif., to get a look at the 100 percent sun-powered Sol...
by Pc Tech World on Apr 1, 2013

3D Printing self-assembling solar panels

New research towards low cost 3d Printing of thin film solar panels.Scientists from Imperial College London, working at the Institut Laue-Langevin, have presented a new way of positioning nanoparticles in plastics, with important applications in the...
by Solar Technology Stocks on Mar 6, 2013

Energy Technologies – Solar Energy

Solar energy is one of the most innovative and useful energy technologies available. There are different ways for the utilization of solar energy. The so-called solar thermal energy is obtained by converting the sun’s heat into useful heat to h...
by Solar Energy Blog on Feb 15, 2013

Clean Energy After All is Not So Clean

Reducing carbon foot print...
by friday coming soon on Feb 11, 2013

Solar Power

Solar power is the light and heat radiated by the sun, controls the Earth’s climate and allows the existence of life on our planet. Solar power refers specifically to the conversion of sunlight into electricity through photovoltaic cells. Every...
by Solar Energy Blog on Jan 26, 2013

Solar Power Generating Windows

Research by the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), made possible the development of an innovative solar cell whose transparency reaches 70%, making possible its implantation in windows, which generate solar energy. For years, the University...
by Solar Energy Blog on Jan 11, 2013


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