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Seeking the Solar-Tech Evolution

July 23, 2007, Leave your thoughts

With the sun blazing and rising temperatures across the country, it’s not hard to imagine that solar power could provide a viable alternative to fossil fuels for a sizable fraction of the UKs energy demands. Fortunately breakthroughs are starting to […]

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Cheap Solar Cells

July 23, 2007, Leave your thoughts

A team of Korean researchers has developed a cutting-edge solar cell that might help reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. The discovery could make Korea a leader in the alternative energy industry as the research team plans to double the […]

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The Business: The shape of things to come

July 5, 2007, Leave your thoughts

Solar power technology has had its fair share of false dawns in its quest to harness the power of daylight. As far back as 1988, Swiss researcher Michael Graetzel invented what was supposed to be the next generation technology, a […]

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Silicon Panels Still Rule

July 5, 2007, Leave your thoughts

In the U.S., the Energy Policy Act of 2005 currently provides a 30% tax credit on all solar systems installed by private homeowners and businesses. This policy is set to expire at the end of this year, though newly proposed […]

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New Light on Solar Energy

July 5, 2007, Leave your thoughts

The market isn’t mature yet, but it’s rapidly picking up speed thanks to rising environmental consciousness and innovative initiatives. Kermit the Frog once exclaimed, “it’s not easy being green,” but today being green is the fast track to raising both […]

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Conergy Grabs

July 5, 2007, Leave your thoughts

With 30,000 visitors, Europe’s largest solar trade fair not only exceeded the organiser’s expectations, Hamburg-based Conergy AG says it can also look back on 2007 as its most successful Intersolar ever. “Thousands of visitors took the opportunity to look over […]