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Tag Archives: Solar panels
Drones with very high-resolution cameras and post data analysis are going to play a vital role in wind turbine, solar panel inspections. Continue reading
Though many people view plastic as a threat to the environment, recent developments have proven that plastic can, in fact, be used as a valuable resource in the pursuit of renewable energy.
Abu Dhabi is helping to really get the ball rolling on this new type of energy that will make a great impact in our world today. Abu Dhabi is looking to create a fresh new round of funding to projects that are focused on renewable energy all over the world. Continue reading
Increasing concern about global climate change has been a reason of developments of various wind and solar power conversion plants or sites.
To initiate the foremost solar energy project in the Middle East, Bahrain anticipated a proposal on May 31st, 2012 to implement a solar smart grid in Awali. This is a big step to establish future smart cities in Gulf.
After World War II, it’s the first time that Germany is ready to take a leap step to enhance its renewable energy project.
As a result of 20 months campaign by Greenpeace, the giant social networking site, Facebook has agreed to reduce dependence on coal-fired power. Hence, it is ready to switch on supporting renewable energy for its all new data centres.
This year’s Emmy Awards will welcome the arrival of a canopy of solar panels designed by SolarWorld Americas. Fox in partnership with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have decided to go green this year by providing power to … Continue reading
The Mount Wachusett Community College in Central Massachusetts has evolved significantly and has paved the way for other colleges to emulate and follow its model of energy consumption.