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- July 3, 2013
In Texas, a NET Power team is working towards building a power plant that runs off a form of carbon dioxide instead of steam. This would be the first plant of its kind. If successful, it could lead a massive …READ MORE
Growth has slowed in the past two years, while the solar photovoltaic category, with 3.09 million jobs, and wind business more than doubled their respective employee numbers since 2012, the first year assessed, Irena said in the report.
“The nature …READ MORE
Located in the city of Huainan in the Anhui province, the 40-megawatt facility was created by PV inverter manufacturer Sungrow Power Supply Co. Ironically, the floating grid itself was constructed over a flooded former coal-mining region.
Floating solar farms are …READ MORE
Solar panels have become increasingly inexpensive in the past months. However, while a number of large-scale energy producers are shifting towards solar power, there is still a lack of homes that have adopted the technology. In Australia, a place bathed …READ MORE
In a statement, it said that it won the public call for tenders published by the government of Mexico City to build the facility.
With a capacity twice that of the largest facility in France, this unit will treat around …READ MORE
In the referendum held on Sunday, around 58.2% of voters approved the Energiestrategie 2050, Switzerland’s new energy strategy that aims to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and power imports, and to push for more renewable energy.
The new strategy also …READ MORE