by Zachary Shahan | Since “22 Ways To Delay The Electric Car Revolution” and then the expanded “50 Tips For Slowing The Electric Car Revolution” were such big hits, I thought I’d run with “44 Ways You Can Slow The Transition To The Solar Century” to keep the “fun” going. (Of course, as someone wrote under one of
BY BOB SCHILDGEN | OCT 19 2016 Q: We’re considering a rooftop solar system, but we’d probably have to remove eight tall oak trees to get sun. Would it be worth the environmental cost of losing those trees and the many benefits they provide? —Diane in Bloomingdale, New Jersey A: That’s a tough question. Sometimes
GTM | It’s a new era for the solar industry. Today, technology innovation extends well beyond the solar panel to the entire system, which companies like SunPower believe is key to helping solar become a leading energy source. Last week, SunPower launched its third-generation Oasis platform for large-scale solar projects at the company’s new
German Press Announcement The European Biogas Regime has major Problems and European Photovoltaic is ready to take over the role. Please see the German Press Release for more information.
http://miningsee.eu Construction of HPPs in South East Europe countries seems to be very attractive for international banks and lenders like EIB-EBRD-IFC-KfW. Austrian companies and banks seems to be very interested in financing risky and non environment friendly projects in the region. Standards which are applied in EU does not seems to be a rule for international
From “Minerals Education Coalition” So, here is a “fact sheet” titled “Metals & Mineral Products used to make a Solar Panel.” If you know something about how solar panels are made, you can have a good laugh at reading this list. Without going into the details, let me just mention that they manage to
Lowtech Magazin | The typical solar PV power installation requires access to a private roof and a big budget. However, wouldn’t it be possible to get around these obstacles by installing small solar panels on window sills and balconies, connected to a low-voltage direct current (DC) distribution network? To put this theory to the test,