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By shrinking solar cells and connecting them in blocks only a few millimetres wide, mPower is able to assemble ‘flexible’ solar products that behave like standard high-efficiency solar panels.

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A team of scientists at the University of Manchester has reportedly cracked a key defect in silicon solar cells after decades of research.






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Researchers have reported a key breakthrough in how the performance of cadmium telluride thin-film solar cells is improved further by the addition of selenium.






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Imagine caffeine giving a boost to solar cells. The idea helped the researchers to discover an alternative to traditional solar cells, which are more efficient at converting light to electricity.






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The biggest Japanese floating solar plant is constructed on the Yamakura Dam at Ichihara in Chiba prefecture which will generate around 16,170-megawatt hour per year.






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Hydrogen for energy researchers is a clean and renewable source of energy. The quest so far has been to find a way to harness the energy available in workable volumes at a reasonable cost.

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GoviEx Uranium Inc. has reportedly signed a MoU with Windiga Energy Inc., to use hybrid solar power solutions to evaluate the feasibility of powering the company’s flagship Madaouela project in Niger in a joint venture.






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Ladakh admired for its awe-inspiring landscape and pristine beauty — is all set to create a huge mark in the sustainable energy arena. The region will have the world’s largest single-location solar photovoltaic plant.

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The smog in Beijing is often very bad. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), smog causes around 1.6 million premature deaths in China each year and 7 million premature deaths worldwide.