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Tetris Cofounder Bringing Hawaii Solar Storage

Originally published on Solar Love. By Kyle Parker Points In 2006, Henk Rodgers had a near-death experience. With a second chance and a fresh outlook on life, he decided to make the most of it. He then committed to making his home state...Show More Summary

China Solar Installations = 7.7 Gigawatts In 1st Half Of 2015

Originally published on Solar Love. Official figures from China’s National Energy Administration have shown that the country only installed 7.7 GW of new solar in the first half of 2015. The National Energy Administration (NEA) alsoShow More Summary

There May Be 500,000,000 Solar Panels On US Roofs With Hillary Clinton At Helm

With Hillary Clinton leading the pack of US presidential hopefuls, the United States could increase its solar capacity by 700% by 2020. The latest CNN poll shows 44% of the voters respondents favourable to her. This is quite a lead over the two next-most-favoured candidates, Republicans Jeb Bush and Donald Trump (who both had 34%). Show More Summary

EDF Commissions 40 MW Solar PV Project In Israel

The Israeli subsidiary of EDF has commissioned the largest solar power project in the country, laying a strong foundation for what looks set to be a robust solar power program. EDF Énergies Nouvelles Israel and Arava Power have jointly commissioned a 40 MW solar PV power plant, which is the largest commissioned in Israel so far. Show More Summary

Hareon Solar Plans 1 GW Cell Production Line In India

Chinese solar energy major Hareon Solar has announced first steps towards setting up a large solar cell production facility in India. Hareon Solar has announced phase 1 of the planned 1 GW production facility for solar PV cells in India,...Show More Summary

Large-Scale Solar Near Parity In World’s Three Biggest Markets

Originally published on RenewEconomy. Utility scale solar is making such inroads into the energy business in the US that utilities are now longer fighting it, with large scale solar likely to be competitive even if current tax credits are removed. Show More Summary

So much solar: Hawaii utilities tempt customers with new tool 

For many customers, integrating renewables is still something that seems out of reach. A lack of available information can be an obstacle to pulling the trigger on solar, and HEI is looking to change that. With their WattPlan program, the utility is looking to help inform customers. The program will let them estimate electric bill […]

MORE LIGHT FOR SOLAR

New material combines photons for big solar energy gains Graham Templeton, July 28, 2015 (Extreme Tech) “…University of California Riverside researchers are taking] currently inaccessible infra-red light and turning it into visible light…[This...Show More Summary

Astronomers Spot Stunningly Bright Auroras Beyond Our Solar System

Astronomers have spotted the first aurora ever in an object beyond our Solar System and it’s not coming from a planet, but from a “failed star”.

Fleet Of UFO Motherships Flying In Formation Past The Sun Spotted On NASA’s SOHO Image

YouTube UFO hunter Streetcap1 has sighted a fleet of large alien motherships flying in formation past our Sun on NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) image of the Sun captured on July 27, 2015. The SOHO image, according to Streetcap1, shows three identical massive alien spaceships flying in formation. Show More Summary

Win a Goal Zero Venture 30 Solar Recharging Kit and more!

Simon has been taking a look at accessories for your summer adventures, and one cool gadget he recently reviewed was the Venture 30 charger by Goal Zero. You'll definitely want to check out the full review, but what it boils down toShow More Summary

Solar Power Without Panels: 8 Smart Sun-Based Gadgets

The phrase ‘solar power’ immediately brings photovoltaic panels to mind, but the power of the sun can be harnessed in all sorts of creative ways. These 8 gadgets, ranging from a hand-held engraving device to a standalone power station...Show More Summary

The Bull Case For Solar

My partner Albert blogged about solar yesterday and posted this chart: I’d like to add another chart to this conversation, mortgage rates over the past thirty years: The bear case for solar has been that the payback times are too long. But with cost declines (Albert’s chart) and carrying cost declines (my chart), solar makes […]

SunPower Second Quarter Revenue Down, Revises 2015 Guidance Downward, But…

US solar manufacturer SunPower has released its second quarter financials, with steady but lacklustre revenue, and it revised guidance downward 50% on 2014. SunPower released its figures on Tuesday to investors, with a second quarter revenue of $381 million. Show More Summary

72% Of US 2014 Residential Solar Is Third-Party Owned

New figures from GTM Research have revealed that, of the 1.2 gigawatts of residential solar installed in the US in 2014, 72% was third-party owned. GTM Research’s latest report, US Residential Solar Financing 2015–2020, explored the current and future residential solar market. Show More Summary

Warren Buffett and Elon Musk are about to make one periodic element the hottest commodity in the world

The age of electrification across the transportation sector, the solar panel revolution, and Tesla’s battery gigafactory are igniting a battle for the cheapest battery. That will transform lithium into a boom-time mineral and the hottest commodity on the energy investor’s radar. Show More Summary

3 Things To Know About SolarCity's Financial Health

13 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Executives at SolarCity, a bellwether of the solar retail business, discussed the company's second-quarter earnings this afternoon, and here are three takeaways: 1. Show Me the Money: For the first time, SolarCity teases out the cash it's been generating from the long-term power sales contracts it signs with customers, most of [...]

An Article in the New York Law Journal on Asteroid Mining Legalities

Over the last two years, U.S. business and policy makers have focused afresh on the commercial possibilities of the asteroids—the solar system's minor planetary objects. Most of these are located between Mars and Jupiter, while some are closer to Earth. Show More Summary

This Critic Of Hillary Clinton's Climate Change Plan Should Actually Read It

Author and New York Sun co-founder Ira Stoll attacked Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's new climate change plan for focusing on installing solar panels instead of setting emissions limits or investing in battery storage technology. Show More Summary

Brown dwarf's fiery aurora is out of this world...and solar system

15 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Astronomers have spied an aurora beyond our solar system for the first time, lighting up the pole of a failed star that's cool in multiple ways.

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