Posts Tagged ‘solar panels’

Sun Powered Charger Guides Your Way Through the Night

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 9:56 No Comments

As the market is flooded with different kinds of charging devices that run on solar energy, companies must do something different in order to gain the sales over their competitors. Cleannergy has been working to develop a solar charger that not only powers a laptop of different electronic gadgets but is also a solar-powered lamp [...]

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Highly-Efficient Solar Panels Don’t Need Direct Sun

Friday, September 18, 2009 7:46 1 Comment

A “green” Jerusalem company called GreenSun has developed colorful solar panels that don’t need direct sunlight to work, capturing different parts of the sun’s light spectrum. The company claims that its highly-efficient solar panels will cost less than a dollar per watt to manufacture, in comparison with a conventional solar which cost more than $4 [...]

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Upgraded High-Output Solar Panels from Mitsubishi Electric

Thursday, September 17, 2009 11:36 1 Comment

Mitsubishi Electric released ten new series of photovoltaic modules, five for Europe and the other five for the American/Asian region, that have higher output power and more bus bars.

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New Technologies Rise Silicon Cell Efficiency

Tuesday, September 15, 2009 11:45 No Comments

The company called 1366 Technologies announced it has the capability of producing more efficient solar – silicon based – cells, that could be available in two years.

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Japan to Build a Giant Solar Power Space Generator

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 23:58 1 Comment

Japan is developing a solar power station in space that it expects to begin transmitting solar power to earth from an orbit 36,000km above the earth’s within the next 30 years. The giant solar power space generator will cost about $21 billion.

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Wind and Solar Generators Mounted on Highways Could Generate Green Power

Friday, June 19, 2009 0:22 1 Comment

Every day scientists and inventors are searching new green sources of energy to combat global warming and energy crisis. The “Green Roadway” project, as it’s dubbed, aims to string wind turbine, solar panels and geothermal devices along the endless ribbons of pavement, where they’ll be linked to produce energy for businesses, homes and even roadside [...]

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Hydroponic Farming on Rooftop Using Solar Energy

Monday, June 15, 2009 6:24 No Comments

A short distance from the Long Island Rail Road’s Jamaica Station lies an old industrial building that backs up to the tracks. Few train passengers have probably ever paid any mind to the one-story building at 148-02 Archer Ave., currently home to a church.

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Solar Cogeneration Panels Could Triples the Energy Yield

Tuesday, June 2, 2009 2:23 1 Comment

PVT Solar s pioneering a technology that take the heat generated by the solar panels and use it to power a solar thermal system.According to the PVT Solar , these solar cogeneration panels are three times more efficient than anything else out there.

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Solar Modules for Highways Generates Power Even at Night

Thursday, May 28, 2009 4:57 No Comments

The company Solaroad Technologies claims to have invented new kind of solar cells for highways that can generate power even at night by converting light from headlights of cars into energy. Electrawall, as the system has been named, also stores what it collects in batteries. The inventor claims a million feet of his collectors could [...]

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Zero Emission Concept Car Powered Completely by Solar Energy

Wednesday, May 27, 2009 3:38 No Comments

Drawing inspiration from Formula 1 cars, Swiss designer Ralph Kaeppeli has come up with a futuristic car that is not just fast and lightweight but also helps in sustaining the environment. Called “SOOL,” the revolutionary car is the first solar powered Peugeot vehicle that causes no emissions at all (not even noise).

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