Nissan has partnered with Eaton, a US corporation, to bring residential storage battery systems to customers in the UK. We’ve reported on this partnership a few times over the years, but the product — xStorage — is now close to hitting homes. There’s also a business-scale product available. There are already 850,000 rooftop solar systems […]
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A team of female high school engineering students at San Fernando High School have collaborated on the design of a solar powered tent to provide shelter for the homeless. The girls utilized insulated fabric and solar panels for their tent design, which also includes a safety locking system and a UV system to help sanitize it. […]
The latest report ranks New Orleans 9th among US cities for installed solar power per capita, thanks to a commitment to solar power made by the city council 3 years ago.
A new office building in Edmonton, Canada will feature 500 solar panels on the south wall and large windows on the north wall. Together they are expected to meet 80% of the building’s energy needs.
Scientists in Korea have claimed a new world record for the efficiency of the perovskite solar cell they have created in the lab. They think the breakthrough will contribute to a wider acceptance of PSC in the commercial world.
Swedish Solar of Orlando, Florida is the only company offering a solar panel awning system for the exterior of buildings. They can provide solar power for homes that are not suitable for traditional rooftop systems while adding beauty to any home.
Last weekend for the first time ever, demand for electricity during the day was lower than at night, thanks to an influx of solar power on a sunny English afternoon.
Germany’s Sonnen Battery is opening an office in Atlanta to serve as its US headquarters for its residential battery storage sales and operations center. Sonnen uses LiFePo battery chemistry, the safest option of residential use.
Dr Zhengrong Shi, known as the “Sun King”, is introducing a new flexible, lightweight solar panel to the Austrialian and Japanese markets.
Elon Musk tweeted this week that SolarCity will begin taking orders for its new SolarRoof glass tiles in April. Production is expected to begin this summer.