Solar power may be able to create hydrogen from biomass at room temperature, which may open the door to a hydrogen economy.
The world’s second largest solar PV manufacturer, Trina Solar, has announced the completion of its move to de-list itself and go private, less than a year after the company announced the $1.1 billion move.
Google’s has announced that its revolutionary Project Sunroof tool is now able to provide a reliable estimate of how much sunlight a given rooftop might receive in all 50 US states, up from 42 states nearly a year ago.
Elon Musk tweeted last week that he could install a 100 mWh grid storage system for South Australia in less than 100 days. That has spurred other Australia based companies to offer proposals of their own.
HST Solar uses sophisticated artificial intelligence tools to scan millions of possibilities for any proposed solar installation in minutes instead of days or even weeks, thereby reducing development costs and reducing risk for investors.
In Chile’s last auction for power, SolarReserve bid a world record breaking low price at just 6.3 cents per kWh ($63/MWh) for dispatchable 24-hour solar.
The Trump Administration gives renewable energy the stinkeye but Los Angeles Air Force Base is forging ahead with new rooftop solar arrays.
The River Bend solar farm in Alabama is now online and contributing about 75 megawatts of electricity to the TVA power grid in seven southern states. Every year, it will keep 100,000 tons of carbon out of the skies over the state.
Public shools in England and Wales will see taxes on their rooftop solar systems increase 800% in April as the UK continues its war on solar power.
Ibiden, one of Apple’s largest suppliers, intends to add 20 renewable solar power facilities to power its Japanese operations, including a large floating solar farm.