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Tuesday 31st July 2018
New technologies such as perovskite needed as silicon nears theoretical efficiency limit
Tuesday 31st July 2018
Hanergy Holding Group, a multinational clean energy company announced that its subsidiary, Donghan New Energy Automotive Technology Co., Ltd., inked a strategic cooperation framework agreement with Bluecar, a subsidiary of France’s Bollore Group to mark the beginning of new era in the field of solar electric vehicles.
Wednesday 25th July 2018
Tuesday 24th July 2018
Perovskite/silicon cell has a record power conversion efficiency of 27.1 percent, bringing efficiencies over 30 percent in reach
Wednesday 18th July 2018
EnerNOC, a subsidiary of Enel X, will help deliver over 11MW of flexible capacity to both EirGrid’s recently launched ancillary services programme and the future capacity market due to launch later this year.
Friday 13th July 2018
Written by Sabrina Dekker
Wednesday 11th July 2018
Single junction GaAs-based solar cell has been certified by NREL (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) as being 28.9 percent efficient.
Tuesday 3rd July 2018
Friday 29th June 2018
Company to develop next generation CISARIS selenisation equipment for Avancis
Wednesday 27th June 2018
Wednesday 27th June 2018
Perovskite-silicon tandem solar cell has achieved 27.3 percent conversion efficiency, certified by the Fraunhofer Institute
Wednesday 27th June 2018
Order from new Chinese customer is the largest in SCI's 31-year history
Tuesday 26th June 2018
The second annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) survey of energy sector workers has revealed increasing optimism and job satisfaction. Better pay and workplace automation have led to greater contentment. But as economies improve, the study also shows that up to 95 percent of renewables workers would move to advance their careers, challenging employers to invest in programs that engender loyalty.
Tuesday 26th June 2018
The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge could be the ‘World Cup’ of PV-powered auto racing. Now in its 30th year, the event has demonstrated the practicality of solar energy while competition challenges engineering students, faculty and researchers across the world to show how photovoltaic energy is changing how we live, work and drive Solar+Power Management Technical Editor Mark Andrews spoke with Durham’s team Business Manager, Tobias McBride, about the challenges of fielding a car that is built quite literally by hand using components designed and fabricated by students in almost every case

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