May 2012

Stanford Offers Online Course on Alternative Energy

May 24, 2012

If you’ve been thinking about brushing up on your knowledge of alternative energy, Stanford University may have the opportunity you were looking for. Related Posts:Wind Power Reaches For the SkyThe future will be powered mostly by solar and wind, says Nobel laureateDispatch from Brazil: the energy issueMartifer Solar awarded solar project in JordanNativeEnergy To Build […]

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German Company Installs Record-Breaking 1GW of Solar Power

May 23, 2012

BELECTRIC, a German solar power company, has helped the solar industry achieve a historic milestone with the installation of more than 1 GW of photovoltaic solar power. The amount corresponds to the system output of a large conventional power plant. Related Posts:Latin America’s Largest Rooftop Solar Power Farm UnveiledSolar Plays Key Role in India’s Energy […]

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Students Learn About Solar Power

May 22, 2012

Palo Alto-based One Million Lights’ mission is to deliver solar power to those people un rural communities who still depend on dirty kerosene for lighting. By giving them solar lights, students can study more at night and improve their prospects. Now the organization has teamed up with SunPower Foundation on a project called One Million […]

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Solar Power Case for Ipad

May 21, 2012

An increasing number of people use tablet computers these days, adding to the high demand on energy caused by our digital tools. But one company has come up with a solar powered solution to reduce energy consumption from the grid and tap it from the sun instead. Related Posts:Latin America’s Largest Rooftop Solar Power Farm […]

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Student Accommodations To Be Powered With Solar Energy

May 18, 2012

Three student housing communities will be powered with solar power thanks to an agreement between Campus Crest Communities, a developer of student housing, and SolarCity, a provider of alternative energy. The student communities are located in Greeley (Colorado), Flagstaff (Arizona) and Las Cruces (New Mexico). They will be fitted with more than 9,000 solar panels. […]

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