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Solarcentury Unveils Elegant BIPV “SunStation”

Published on July 2nd, 2015 | by Aisha Abdelhamid

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Originally published on Solar Love. Homeowners demanding more “curb appeal” for their rooftop solar installations will be interested in the elegant new Solarcentury building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) solar modules. Sunstation, a new BIPV solar roof system designed ... Read More


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Innovative Clean Energy Technologies — From Concept to Market

Published on July 1st, 2015 | by Guest Contributor


By Amanda McCrum Transformative technologies are fundamentally driving the acceleration of the clean energy field. From more efficient solar photovoltaics and larger wind turbines, to grid-scale energy storage and small, high-capacity electric vehicle batteries – innovative ... Read More

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China To Curb Emissions Before 2030, Says Premier

Published on July 1st, 2015 | by Joshua S Hill


China’s premier has announced that his country will attempt to curb its carbon emissions before a 2030 target. During a visit to Paris this week, Premier Li Keqiang announced plans for his country to reduce carbon emissions. Specifically, “China’s ... Read More



South Australia Pushes Battery Storage In Government Buildings

Published on July 1st, 2015 | by Giles Parkinson

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Originally published on RenewEconomy South Australia is rapidly emerging as the leading state in battery storage, with the Labor government announcing a $1.1 million tender to install battery storage in several key government buildings, including parliament ... Read More


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Oxis To Manufacture Li-S Batteries Achieving 400 Wh/kg

Published on July 1st, 2015 | by Nicholas Brown


Originally published on Kompulsa. Many years ago, I learned of a technology that could turn the energy industry upside down — the lithium-sulfur battery. It could achieve a gravimetric energy density of 400 Wh/kg. The majority of ... Read More

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