星期一, 三月 30, 2020
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Designing super-strong solar modules for the tropics

Researchers from Ghana’s Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Kumasi and the U.K.’s Teesside University have identified parameters and techniques they say could...

UK deals for vanadium redox flow merger and electric vehicles announced

With the need for urgent sector coupling to drive down emissions increasingly under focus, the U.K. has witnessed two recent announcements related to electric transport and...

Solar lobby group’s UK budget demands unlikely to be heeded

U.K. industry group the Solar Trade Association (STA) has reissued its call for the government to exempt commercial solar systems from business tax rate valuations, ahead...

Code-based modeling for PV of the future

Robust techniques for PV modeling, simulation, visualization and design could catalyze future advances in photovoltaics and a new study has proposed a code-based modeling (CBM)...

Canadian Solar signs 1.2 GW supply agreement with Lightsource BP

Canadian Solar will supply 1.2 GW of its modules to Lightsource BP; a U.K.-based solar developer 50% owned by oil and gas multinational BP....

Official statistics show UK deployed just 233 MW of PV in 2019

The UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has reported in its monthly statistics for PV deployment that just 233.4 MW of new solar...

Oxbridge scientists seek to explain electron dynamics in perovskite cells

Scientists from the universities of Cambridge and Oxford are investigating electron dynamics in perovskite solar cells in an effort to understand why such devices demonstrate such...

Ofgem’s plan for network charges triggers renewables sector backlash

U.K. energy regulator Ofgem’s decision to make changes to the maintenance and operation of the country’s grid has been greeted with dismay by the...

Scientists hit 21.6% perovskite cell efficiency using concentrator PV

Scientists from the University of Exeter, in the U.K.; Switzerland’s Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL); and Saudi Arabia’s Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials Research claim...

Digging into perovskite efficiency

Perovskite solar cells are still held back from commercial production by their instability and sensitivity to moisture. While impressive progress has been made in this area,...

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Solar Alliance completes rooftop installation of 2-part, 519-kW array

Solar Alliance Energy has completed the rooftop portion of the 519-kW solar system currently under construction for a division of Onni Group at Manhattan Beach...

Covid-19 to wreck economics of new solar and wind projects

The movements in the foreign exchange market triggered by the spread of Covid-19 will impact all segments of the renewables market. According to Norwegian...

Arizona commission signals support for 100% clean energy by 2050

The Arizona Corporation Commission has directed its staff to develop a set of rules to achieve 100% clean energy by 2050, said Commission Chair...

Covid-19: MNRE terms utility-scale solar power generation ‘essential service,’ allows related material and personnel movement

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has asked states to permit movement of staff, vehicles and material required for operation of utility-scale solar plants...