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Researchers Develop Method to Improve “Anti-Solar” Panels

A new study suggests researchers have developed a method to significantly improve “anti-solar” panels - a new clean, sustainable way to generate energy at...

Palestinians Inaugurates First Solar Plant to Reduce Dependence on Israeli Power Sources

Palestinian officials say they have inaugurated their first solar panel plant as part of a plan to reduce their dependence on Israeli power sources. Mohammed...

BSES Launches Pilot Project to Set up Solar Micro Grids in East, Central Delhi

In a major push to clean energy in the national capital, Delhi distribution company (discom) BSES, here on Tuesday, announced launch of a pilot...

World’s First Fully Solar Powered Airport In India

Entering or exiting Cochin International airport in India’s southern Kochi city, it is hard to miss the sea of solar panels glinting under the...

India’s Floating Solar Panel a Gateway To Clean Energy For Asia

When the worst floods in a century swept through India's southern Kerala state in August, they killed more than 480 people and left behind...

Now Print perovskite Solar Cells easily and at the cost similar to bringing out a Newspaper!

Toronto, Feb 18, 2017: Researchers have found a novel way to print perovskite solar cells easily and at a cost similar to bringing out...

To light up sites at night, ASI is likely to install Solar Panels on all Historical Monuments

Sources in the Ministry of Culture has confirmed the decision saying the initiative has already received a go-ahead 5MW to 25MW solar power...

Go Solar: The new mantra

By Ila Garg Opting for renewable energy is fast becoming the new trend. Every other household is finally seeing the benefits of solar energy: a source...

BMTC to install solar panels in its office building

By NewsGram Staff Writer Bengaluru: Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) is all set to add one more initiative in its attempts to go green. It...

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