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South America’s largest solar park built with Chinese funding and technology has opened in
Argentina and has hopes of powering over 160,000 homes.

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Birds Eye Energy, a green energy company has developed an innovative duplex solar panel which it claims converts 35% of the solar energy into electricity.






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A solar array in Aldershot, Hampshire, UK is creating waves as the world’s first fully solar-powered railway line. People travelling by rail between London, Waterloo and Weymouth will get the benefit of the Network Rail’s pilot scheme.

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Aviation is crossing new milestones with the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport in Tennessee becoming the first airfield in the United States to be run on 100% solar power.






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Due to the geographic location, the Mideast receives more than 3600 hours of sunshine annually so investors are setting up solar farms to convert solar power into usable electricity.






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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.