Today, solar energy is posting unprecedented growth rates for any modern source of energy. Solar cells have turned compact, are mass produced and operate at efficiencies topping 20% percent.
You’ve heard of the 100% solar powered airplane Solar Impulse and the solar bus Tindo. Well, now read about the Turanor PlanetSolar, that is the only 100% solar powered boat.
Yes, Solar energy is a critical tool in fighting rising GHG emissions. But how does it affect wildlife conservation objectives? Should we develop solar energy in areas that harbour wildlife?
Solar desalination is a versatile new methodology that can be paired with almost all existing desalination technologies to achieve cost-effective freshwater production.
This blog post explains the key differences between solar and traditional lead-acid batteries.