ECU develops technology that generates electricity by diverting infra-led light passing through windows to PV cells located in the window frame.
Government and the ASI unveil 15 solar research projects under the latest round of funding.
Three US solar start-ups go for gold in solar technology: the production of vastly cheaper and more efficient solar cells.
The people behind the 40MW ‘big dish’ solar plant in Whyalla are taking an innovative approach to financing which has implications for future projects and energy retailers. And they are thinking of adding some gas and a 5MW PV project for good measure.
Investment in solar has surged to unprecedented levels due to interest from large Wall Street banks, investors like Warren Buffett, and technology firms like Google.
DuPont exec predicts solar panels cheaper than TVs; new CFI expert panel; Obama pillories ‘Flat Earth’ Republicans; ACT efficiency report reveals big power bill savings.
Skyscrapers could one day generate enough power to offset much of their energy consumption, thanks to an Australian breakthrough.
The developers of the $230 million Whyalla Solar Oasis project, using unique solar dish technology developed at ANU, finally sign funding deed.
Silex Systems says unique CPV technology already competitive with other utility scale solar, and heading below $150/MWh.
Soft US tariff translates as win for Chinese solar market; EnerNOC builds on NZ demand response success; Dyesol view improves with bigger solar window.