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Solar Energy Process Technology Developments to Watch

System considerations such as reliability, overall energy production rate and competitiveness in the Levelized Cost of Energy, or LCOE, are dominating solar energy maturation as subsidized manufacturing is replaced by true grid parity. While the biggest photovoltaic producers...

source: By Don Rosato
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Renewable energy installations are forecast to rise 37 percent in the next two years, driven by a drop in the cost of wind and solar power that cut the value of investment. "What we're seeing is clean energy competitive with what I call...

source: Bloomberg

President Barack Obama will challenge companies to expand their use of solar power, part of his ongoing effort to leverage the power of his office to achieve goals that have been stymied by Congress. The new initiative comes as the White...

source: The Washington Post

The team behind the Solar Impulse 2 has already flown across the contiguous United States. Now it wants to fly around the globe. Solar Impulse Chief Executive Andre Borschberg told The Associated Press the trip around the world will take 20 flying days. The newly finished...

source: The Washington Post

Solar updraft technology is attracting interest in desert regions worldwide in Chile, the Southwest United States, Australia, China and the Middle East. Fueled by hot air, rather than direct sunlight, solar chimneys present a compelling...

source: National Geographic

A new, record-breaking, high-efficiency solar module has been developed by Trina Solar Limited, according to a recent press release from the noted solar technology company.

source: Clean Technica

San Diego County officials are predicting a boom in rooftop solar installations in unincorporated areas after the Board of Supervisors approved a program that allows homeowners to finance the work through their property tax bills.

source: The San Diego Union-Tribune


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