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Nano-micro-scale cooler for solar modules

The proposed technique is based on radiative cooling and consists of a glass coating made with a two-dimensional subwavelength nanostructured grating, which is imprinted in soda-lime glass and has enhanced mid-infrared emissivity, and a micro-structured grating. The temperature decrease provided by the nano-micro-grating coating was...

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04 June
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New factory for standalone solar+storage systems in Australia

Solar and microgrid specialist Hybrid Systems Australia has revealed plans to establish the “world’s biggest” standalone power system manufacturing facility in Western Australia. From pv magazine Australia Pacific Energy subsidiary Hybrid Systems Australia has confirmed that it will build a new factory in Perth to produce off-grid...

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04 June
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Soligent will donate funding for clean drinking water access for every solar project financed through its Loanpal program

Solar equipment distributor Soligent will donate to non-profit GivePower for every solar job financed through the Soligent Loanpal Direct Pay Program. GivePower is dedicated to extending the environmental and social benefits of clean, renewable energy across the world, and this particular donation from Soligent will...

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01 June
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Where Are We in the Hydrogen Hype Cycle?

The excitement around green hydrogen has grown dramatically in recent years. Will it live up to the hype? This week, we turn to technologist, author and investor Ramez Naam.  Ramez and Shayle examine the drivers behind cost improvement -- namely the costs of electricity and different electrolyzer...

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01 June
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Simple trick to protect PV systems from pigeons

A German PV system owner has developed a simple solution intended at preventing the birds from nesting under the modules. From pv magazine International Rainer Sedlmaier from Nauheim near Frankfurt am Main, Germany, was concerned that his son’s rooftop PV system could have been damaged by the...

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28 May
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