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How Does Solar Energy Work

Solar energy is, in its purest sense, the harnessing of the energy from the sun’s massive fusion reaction in some tangible way here on Earth for use in our own devices. While many different forms of energy can be classified as “solar” energy due to their relationship with the sun (such as wind, photovoltaic and even some thermal forms of power) the most...

Australia’s Renewabl...

Australia seems like the perfect land to take advantage of renewable energy sources, such as solar power, on and offshore wind farms, geothermal technologies etc. After all, with the major cities being coastal, Australia has a lot of room in the areas surrounding the major hubs of society. Beyond that, it has the population to fuel employment, and if able to lure immigration...

Is Philippines Pushing Inv...

If you ask any investor what is one thing that he dislikes the most about countries he’s investing in, he will tell you that it’s limitations. Investors, especially the ones investing in renewable energy, aren’t really keen on investing into a country which has various limitations which, in a direct or indirect way, prevent the investor from making as much...

Dramatic Increase of Solar...

The Minnesota Department of Commerce’s Office of Energy Security (OES) has issued a report which shows that the number of installed solar electric systems in Minnesota has reached a record in 2010. By this week, 178 solar photovoltaic systems have been installed across the state which is more than double in compare to 76 installations in year 2009. The number of solar...

Austin supports Renewable ...

Austin Energy that supplies electricity to the Texas capital is focused on providing its customers renewable energy, in first place wind power generated energy. On November 3, its Senior Strategy Engineer Mark Kapner revealed more about the energy sources of the city as well as about the future plans at the Ecology and the Environment Freshmen Studies class. Kapner emphasized...

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