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thefrisky.com - Wendy Stokes - Innovative Solar Panel Technologies Brighten Up 2021
Innovative Solar Panel Technologies Brighten Up 2021
The Frisky

Do you wonder where this article can take you? Let's go on a sunny journey through a plethora of innovations in the solar industry – a possible turning point in your life. The solar industry constantly evolves, and discoveries never stop…

sciencetimes.com - Jobelle Pelayre - Are Solar Panels For Your Home Worth It?
Are Solar Panels For Your Home Worth It?
Science Times

Electricity costs are rising every year, and people are trying to find ways to save money that they can use for the future. One option they are looking at is putting up solar panels in their homes, which promises cheaper electric bills. For…

bloomberg.com - China's Car-Chip Shortage Could Persist for as Long as a Decade
China's Car-Chip Shortage Could Persist for as Long as a Decade
Bloomberg

China's automotive-chip shortage could persist for as long as a decade, but it has little to do with the current supply glitches snarling production, according to the official who oversees the nation's key new energy vehicle technology development…

afr.com - Angela Macdonald-Smith - Vic power unit outages leave market unfazed
Vic power unit outages leave market unfazed
Australian Financial Review

That was reflected in wholesale prices, with negative prices prevailing for about six hours on Sunday in Victoria, where temperatures have been subdued by the La Niña weather system. The situation contrasts with more typical summer worries…

ft.com - Nathalie Thomas in Edinburgh and Peter Campbell in London - EV charging groups race to meet UK's 2030 petrol and diesel car sales ban
EV charging groups race to meet UK's 2030 petrol and diesel car sales ban
Financial Times

Off a busy A road near the Essex town of Braintree, cars pull into a service station quite unlike regular fuel stops along major routes in Britain. At the country's first forecourt dedicated solely to electric vehicles, chargers replace the usual…

xinhuanet.com - Chinese garment manufacturer going green in Bangladesh - Xinhua | English.news.cn
Chinese garment manufacturer going green in Bangladesh - Xinhua | English.news.cn
Xinhuanet

Photo taken on Jan. 3, 2021 shows solar panels installed on a factory building in Gazipur on the outskirts of capital Dhaka, Bangladesh. (Xinhua) Solar systems are becoming an increasingly popular form of alternative energy in Bangladesh. LDC Group…

reneweconomy.com.au - Michael Mazengarb - Tesla unveils standalone inverter, 'completing' home solar product line-up
Tesla unveils standalone inverter, 'completing' home solar product line-up
RenewEconomy

Tesla has unveiled the latest addition to its suite of energy products – launching a standalone solar inverter that fills a key gap in its household solar, storage and electric vehicle offering. Tesla quietly updated its website to include…

financialpost.com - Geoffrey Morgan - Fresh Keystone XL cancellation 'disappointing' for Canadian energy industry as TC Energy shares fall
Fresh Keystone XL cancellation 'disappointing' for Canadian energy industry as TC Energy shares fall
financialpost

CALGARY — The Canadian energy industry reacted with disappointment and anger — but not necessarily surprise — Monday following reports that incoming U.S. president Joe Biden would revoke presidential permits for TC Energy's…

pv-magazine.com - Turkish PV manufacturer report reveals country's annual production capacity is 5,610 MW/year
Turkish PV manufacturer report reveals country's annual production capacity is 5,610 MW/year
pv magazine International

Before the report, it was not possible to obtain up-to-date, comprehensive, and consolidated data on Turkey's solar PV panel manufacturing industry. Therefore, it was impossible to assess even the most basic information, such as how many market…

wsj.com - Theo Francis - What's on Biden's Business and Economic To-Do List
What's on Biden's Business and Economic To-Do List
Wall Street Journal

Early in the Democratic presidential primary campaign, much of the debate revolved around tax, regulatory and legislative proposals deeply significant to business. But as President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take office, the focus is instead on…

tenby-today.co.uk - Sustainable fund application of PV solar panels for Herbrandston community hub hoping for grant approval
Sustainable fund application of PV solar panels for Herbrandston community hub hoping for grant approval
Tenby Observer

An energy saving project for Herbrandston's community hub is hoping for grant approval from te National Park this week. Herbrandston Sports and Recreation Association has applied for £30,046 from the park's sustainable development fund…

vice.com - The Unfortunate Truths of Living the 'Vanlife' - VICE
The Unfortunate Truths of Living the 'Vanlife' - VICE
Vice Media

This article originally appeared on VICE Italy. Living space has become a big issue over the last year, for fairly obvious reasons. While you were cooped up in some highly overpriced square-meterage, you might have been fantasising about cheap…

thefrisky.com - Wendy Stokes - Turns Out 2021 Is The Year For Solar Investments And Tax Credits
Turns Out 2021 Is The Year For Solar Investments And Tax Credits
The Frisky

No need to worry about decreasing solar panel tax credits and increasing investment rates; 2021 remains solar. 2020 made the consumers of solar panels happy with high solar panel tax credits and low interest rates. Can you imagine that last year…

reneweconomy.com.au - Sophie Vorrath - Shaded, not stewed: Solar study examines how PV could protect fruit orchards
Shaded, not stewed: Solar study examines how PV could protect fruit orchards
RenewEconomy

A new Victoria government-backed study will examine how solar panels could be used to protect fruit orchards and other food crops from extreme heat events, potentially broadening their on-farm uses and getting around concerns that heat from solar…

reneweconomy.com.au - Joshua S Hill - Dubai solar park says it has started powering aluminium production
Dubai solar park says it has started powering aluminium production
RenewEconomy

The 1GW Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in the United Arab Emirates has reportedly begun powering the production of aluminium, a world first and a major milestone on the path to decarbonising the global manufacturing industry. The Dubai…

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