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Flexible C.I.G.S. solar cell reaches 20.4 percent efficiency - Empa

A record breaking thin film solar cell has been developed by scientists at Empa, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology. A team of researchers led by Ayodhya N. Tiwari at the institute’s Laboratory for Thin Film and Photovoltaics have achieved 20.4 percent energy conversion efficiency for their C.I.G.S. solar cells on flexible polymer foils. C.I.G.S. solar cells are thin film solar cells that use...

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Guest post: Solar energy development and business opportunities in the Middle East

The solar industry is set to rapidly expand as the world is forced to cut down on oil consumption especially as oil producing countries worldwide have reached peak production. In the Middle East, solar power is particularly attractive as these regions receive strong sunshine year round. The Solar Show Asia 2013 will be bringing together leaders of major solar stakeholders across Asia to address opportunities...

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Guest post: Top Solar Stories of 2012

2012 was a busy year for the solar industry, seeing solar trade wars blossom, Obama’s win solidifying 4 more years of solar investment, and the largest single-unit solar power plant in the world being completed in Abu Dhabi. CleanTechnica gives us an in-depth overview of the top stories of the year. My favourites include: 1. Japan implements generous feed-in tariff, sparks huge solar power growth- The...

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Solar power lights up over 5,000 households in the Philippines’ Polilio islands

Thanks to collaboration between the Philippine government and the private sector, more than 5,000 homes in one of the country’s most remote regions are now being supplied with electricity through solar power. According to an InterAksyon report, a solar power project of the Department of Energy and the Quezon Electric Cooperative II, TeaM Energy Corporation has helped provide electricity to about 5,551 households in the Polilio...

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Sun to steam: Rice uses nanoparticles to generate heat

In a new twist to the quest to harness the power of the sun, Rice University scientists are using sun power to produce steam from icy cold water. The solar steam method, from Rice’s Laboratory for Nanophotonics, uses light-capturing nanoparticles to convert the sunlight into heat. The inventors of solar steam see the first use of their new technology as being in the sanitation and water purification...

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Marubeni building large solar power project in Japan

Japan’s Marubeni is building a large-scale solar power plant with a generation capacity of 81.5 megawatts in the coastal industrial area of Oita City. It will be the largest power business at one single place in Japan. Once operational, the expected annual power generation from the plant will reach 87,000,000 kilowatt-hours, the annual electricity consumption of 30,000 houses. Marubeni is creating a new special purpose company for the project which will begin construction in November of this year.

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First Solar kicks off Dubai’s 1-gigawatt solar park

The starting phase of the planned 1-gigawatt Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai is underway with an initial 13-megawatt project to be begun by American thin-film solar company First Solar, Inc. The ambitious proposal is a 12 billion dirham ($3.261 billion) project that was launched early this year as part of Dubai’s Integrated Energy Strategy 2030. The project will use both photovoltaic and...

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Australian consortium develops technology for “home-grown electricity”

It won’t be too long before buildings have the ability to generate their own electricity from roofs, walls, windows and even benchtops that work similarly to solar panels. A consortium of Australian research institutions and industry partners is working to develop solar cell technology that can harness energy from the sun through walls, windows and steel roof sheeting, significantly improving the overall...

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Mecca planning to go solar

Mecca, Islam’s holiest site, is aiming to become the first city in Saudi Arabia to run on solar power. Mecca’s Mayor Osama al-Bar is seeking bids from developers to construct and run power plants that will generate 385 gigawatt-hours of power annually, including 100 megawatts of solar capacity, Bloomberg reported. By January 5 next year, the winning bid will be announced. Work is expected to start...

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I.B.M. sets a world record in solar P.V. energy efficiency

I.B.M. achieved a milestone in photovoltaic energy conversion using “earth-abundant materials,” for a record-breaking 11.1 percent efficiency. I.B.M.’s Material Sciences team, along with industry partners Solar Frontier, Tokyo Ohka Kogyo and DelSolar, successfully tested a solar cell made of copper, zinc and tin (Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4). The cell, referred to as CZTS,...

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