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November 04, 2015
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Renewables key in race against climate change clock
Paris (AFP) Nov 1, 2015
Any plausible game plan for capping the rise of Earth's surface temperature depends on replacing fossil fuels with energy sources that generate little or no carbon pollution. That means renewables, especially solar and wind, both of which face fewer constraints to growth than more established clean energy: a river can be dammed only so many times, and nuclear remains expensive and controversial. But humanity has dithered for so long in the fight against global warming, experts say, that the wind ... read more
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New approach to supply airports with clean energy
Air traveling and accordingly airports and planes are part of our current understanding of a connected and globalized world. Unfortunately, the amount of pollution caused by airplanes and the quanti ... more
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There might be ways to exploit renewable energy and also allow for protecting biodiversity
Deployment of renewable energy is expanding all over the world. There is high competition between alternative land uses, and conflicts over limited land are likely to emerge between biodiversity con ... more
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Researcher develops material to create sustainable energy source
A Florida State University researcher has discovered an artificial material that mimics photosynthesis and potentially creates a sustainable energy source. In The Journal of Physical Chemistry ... more
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China's Li: Beijing has 'duty to humanity' to boost green growth
China has used up too much energy and too many resources in its quest for growth, Premier Li Keqiang told visiting French President Francois Hollande Tuesday, adding it has a "duty to humanity" to clean itself up. ... more


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Trina Solar Signs RMB10 Billion in Strategic Cooperative Financing Agreements with CITIC
Trina Solar Limited has signed a 5-year strategic cooperation agreement with CITIC Financial Leasing Co., Ltd and a separate 3-year strategic cooperation agreement with CITIC Bank Corporation Limite ... more
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Leadership and reform needed to deliver renewable energy future
The Clean Energy Council is calling for energy market reform to be accelerated and for renewable energy to be at the centre of market design and reform initiatives, following comments about South Au ... more
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IHS warns of Potential Solar Wafer Supply Shortage in 1H 2016
Due to rapid growth in solar installations in 2015, and forecasts for another record year for installations in 2016 IHS has flagged a potential solar wafer supply shortage throughout the entire supp ... more
24/7 News Coverage
How much can 252-million-year-old ecosystems tell us about modern Earth? A lot

The origin of the Andes unraveled

Extreme fieldwork, climate modeling yields new insight into predicting Greenland's melt

'Smoke rings' in the ocean spotted from space

Tiny ice losses at Antarctica's fringes can accelerate ice loss far away

World-first uses satellites and ocean models to explain Antarctic seafloor biodiversity

3-D printed microfibers could provide structure for artificially grown body parts

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Monolithic perovskite/silicon tandem solar cell achieves record efficiency
Organic-inorganic perovskite materials are one of the biggest surprises in solar cell research. In just six years, the efficiency of perovskite solar cells has increased five-fold; moreover, perovsk ... more
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China Sunergy Opens Solar Cell Factory in Korea
China Sunergy has announced that the Company's solar cell factory in Incheon, Korea has started formal operation. Located in INCHEON-SI, KOREA, the factory covers an area of approximately 5000 m2 , ... more
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SunEdison Completes Construction on 2MW Solar Power Plant in Elkton
SunEdison has announced that it has completed construction on a 2 megawatt solar power plant for the Town of Elkton, Md. The Mayor and Commissioners approved a 20-year power purchase agreement with ... more
Nuclear Operations and Maintenance Efficiency Summit USA 2015
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Tamalpais Union High School District Dedicates SunPower Solar Carport
Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) and SunPower are celebrating the completion of a 705-kilowatt solar power system at Redwood High School in Larkspur, Calif. As a result of the system, th ... more
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Blymyer Engineers selected for Arizona's Sandstone Solar Project
Blymyer Engineers has announced the company has been selected as the exclusive engineering firm for the 45 MW AC Sandstone solar project in Florence, Arizona. Swinerton Builders, EPC for the p ... more
Space News from SpaceDaily.com
NASA uses AI to uncover eighth planet circling distant star

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Two astronauts, cosmonaut return from five-month ISS mission

PARC to Partner with Commercial Space Leader to Accelerate Space R and D

Green Light for Continued Operations of ESA Science Missions

Orbital ATK launches eighth cargo mission to space

Not Your Grandpa's Robot: Russian Robot 'FEDOR' May Become Self-Learning

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Duke Energy to add second solar project to "Sunshine State" customers
Duke Energy Florida has announced plans to construct a new solar facility in Perry, Fla. This will be the second such project in the company's plan to advance the development of solar energy in the ... more
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India gets help with renewable energy sector
India is getting the financial support it needs to help build a vibrant renewable energy industry, the Asian Development Bank announced. ... more
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Entanglement at heart of '2-for-1' fission in next-generation solar cells
An international team of scientists have observed how a mysterious quantum phenomenon in organic molecules takes place in real time, which could aid in the development of highly efficient solar cell ... more
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Trina Solar Announces Update on 300MW Solar Project in Yunnan
Trina Solar is pleased to announce that, to date, it has successfully connected to the grid two thirds of a 300MW ground-mounted solar project in Yunan, China ( the "Project"). As previously a ... more
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PSEG Completes Construction of Waldorf Solar Energy Center
PSEG Solar Source has announced that it has finished the construction of the PSEG Waldorf Solar Energy Center. The facility is located 22 miles southeast of Washington, DC and has a capacity of 13.1 ... more
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Renewable energy developers look to invest in Sub-Saharan Africa
International renewable energy (RE) power developers are looking to invest in Africa as a result of the continued success of the South African Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement ... more
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SunEdison Begins Construction on a 2.8MW Solar Project for 8 Schools
SunEdison has announced that it has begun construction on a 2.8 megawatt (MW) solar project for eight schools in the Montgomery County Public School system in Maryland. The eight solar power p ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Kim vows to 'win victory in the showdown' with US

US urges talks with North Korea 'without preconditions'

Don't sleepwalk into war over N. Korea, warns UN boss

Jet-powered drone tested by BAE Systems

Dutch police ground drone-fighting eagles

Lockheed Martin tapped to provide cyber security support

US to send cyber soldiers to the battlefield; 3 plead guilty in botnet attack

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Shining more light on solar panels

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Solar energy's land-use impact

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Scientists demonstrate how to improve ultrathin CIGSe solar cells by nanoparticles

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Study urges optimization of solar energy development

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Next-gen perovskite solar cells made stable by metal oxide "sandwich"

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OPIC led team to develop South African solar energy facility

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Clean Energy Study Tour across Europe for Caribbean engineers

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Lockheed Martin Parking Catches Sun Power

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Strathcona secures $250 US Million Financing with 1784 Solar, LLC

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Solvents save steps in solar cell manufacturing

American Solar Direct Joins 100s in rally for solar jobs

New research could revolutionize flexible electronics, solar cells

Silver: The promising electrode winner for low-cost perovskite solar cells

Breakthrough could lead to cheaper, cleaner solar cells

CEC offers rate-based community solar for investor-owned utilities

Solar energy training for Antigua and Barbuda

Auric Solar flips switch on Utah's largest solar power project

British solar player Mark Group collapses

China eyes huge solar-thermal power project

SkyPower Announces 500 MW of Solar Energy Projects in Panama

Microsemi ships Solar Bypass Device with CoolRUN technology

Trina Solar offers range of products for UK solar market

Anti-aging treatment for smart windows

Graphene as a front contact for silicon-perovskite tandem solar cells

Research improves efficiency from larger perovskite solar cells

Tadiran batteries to power BrightSource's heliostats solar farm

Micro photosynthetic power cells may be the next green energy source

Africa could quadruple green energy production by 2030: report

Boost for Scottish solar projects

Volvo's Hagerstown MD site opens parking lot solar canopy

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