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The YouTube channel “Corridor Crew” has shared an awesome video demonstrating just how many solar panels it would take to power the world. The...

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ASES National Solar Tour this Weekend (October 2-3, 2021). Attend Virtually and/or In-Person at Nationalsolartour.org

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Two holdouts put President Joe Biden's transformative legislative agenda at risk, but the perovskite solar cell revolution soldiers on.

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Within the electric vehicle world in recent months, there’s been all kinds of debate and handwringing about how the big EV tax credits or...

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The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) announced the inauguration of a pilot project for energy storage at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum...

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After Successful SolarAPP+ Challenge, DOE Surpasses Initial Goal and Sets Ambitious New Target for Communities to Increase Solar Access in Less Than Six Months...

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The wrath of the US solar industry is raining down upon an anonymous group of solar tariffs petitioners against unfair Chinese imports.

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SEIA estimates the proposed 50-250% duties would cause 18 GW of lost solar deployment, equivalent to all U.S. solar capacity installed prior to 2015

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I’ve written about Solarflux, its FOCUS parabolic dish, and its new tool, CASPER, which is a concentrating solar power (CSP) performance comparison tool. I’ve...

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A few days ago I got to sit down with Solarflux CEO Naoise Irwin and CTO John Fangman, who is also the inventor of...

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Tesla’s Megapack energy storage tech will be used to help New Mexico’s Public Service Company (PNM) to replace a retiring 562 MW coal plant,...

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