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Category: Solar

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Hunt attacks rooftop solar “cross-subsidy” from neighbours

Hunt attacks rooftop solar “cross-subsidy” from neighbours

Environment Minister Greg Hunt attacking rooftop solar as a “cross subsidy” from one neighbour without solar to another with solar.

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Will the BrightSource-Abengoa tower be last CSP project in US?

Will the BrightSource-Abengoa tower be last CSP project in US?

Can concentrated solar thermal (with or without storage) ever compete with photovoltaics in terms of electrical generation?

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Citigroup sees Australian solar market at 2.2GW in 2020

Citigroup sees Australian solar market at 2.2GW in 2020

Citigroup says annual solar installations will more than double in Australia by 2020, with global market set to jump to 51GW in 2015.

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Richmond Tigers turn to sun and rooftop solar to cut bills

Richmond Tigers turn to sun and rooftop solar to cut bills

Richmond Tigers install 100kW rooftop solar at its training facilities at iconic Punt Road headquarters.

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Solar PV sets new record in Italy - 10% of demand

Solar PV sets new record in Italy – 10% of demand

Solar photovoltaic installations in Italy provided nearly 10% of the country’s electricity demand from January to August.

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Indoor air pollution kills millions — solar could help save them

Indoor air pollution kills millions — solar could help save them

Indoor air pollution kills more people around the world every year than HIV and malaria combined — but solar power might be the key to solving the problem.

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RayGen wins Australian clean energy prize

RayGen wins Australian clean energy prize

Melbourne-based CSPV developer wins energy section of Australian Technology Competition, as well as People’s Choice award.

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Google invests $145m to turn oil field into solar plant

Google invests $145m to turn oil field into solar plant

Google’s 17th renewables investment will put $145m towards the development of an 82MW solar project being built on a former oil and gas field.

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Yingli drops solar manufacturing costs to below 50c/watt

Yingli drops solar manufacturing costs to below 50c/watt

Yingli joins Jinko and Trina in the sub-50-cents-per-watt club.

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Some see garbage, others see an opportunity: installing solar on landfills

Some see garbage, others see an opportunity: installing solar on landfills

All of the closed landfills around the country leave us with a big question: What to do with those brownfields of largely undevelopable land?

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Solar keeps getting cheaper

Solar keeps getting cheaper

IRENA has published a new report investigating the successful cost reduction of various renewable energy technologies.