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Solar power is getting so cheap it is overtaking fossil fuels – and that’s without next-generation photovoltaic technology and artificial photosynthesis

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A Nature paper describes organic photovoltaic cells containing an intrinsically stable organic absorber layer that are likely to be stable for many decades under illumination.

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A photovoltaic park with an installed capacity of one million kilowatts is being built in north China's Kubuqi Desert

Without massive photovoltaic expansion electricity short-falls are impending

Solar but not: Scientists have created device that passively generates electricity at night, when photovoltaic cells don't work and the demand for lighting peaks

Solar but not: Scientists have created device that passively generates electricity at night, when photovoltaic cells don't work and the demand for lighting peaks

Solar but not: Scientists have created device that passively generates electricity at night, when photovoltaic cells don't work and the demand for lighting peaks

Solar but not: Scientists have created device that passively generates electricity at night, when photovoltaic cells don't work and the demand for lighting peaks

THE DECKS have been cleared for a Rs 50,000 crore grid-connected solar photo-voltaic project spread across Leh and Kargil districts [SEE PICS]

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Test section of world's first photovoltaic expressway opens to traffic in E China's Shandong. It can generate 10 mln kWh of electricity per year and melt ice and snow in winter. Next plan is to charge electric vehicles traveling above it

Solar power capacity, 2017. (Megawatts) China: 131,000 US: 51,000 Japan: 49,000 Germany: 42,000 Italy: 19,700 India: 18,300 UK: 12,700 France: 8,000 Australia: 7,200 Spain: 5,600 South Korea: 5,600 (Snapshot of Global Photovoltaic Markets) Longer list:

Solar power capacity, 2017. (Megawatts) China: 131,000 US: 51,000 Japan: 49,000 Germany: 42,000 Italy: 19,700 India: 18,300 UK: 12,700 France: 8,000 Australia: 7,200 Spain: 5,600 South Korea: 5,600 (Snapshot of Global Photovoltaic Markets) Longer list:

Solar power capacity, 2017. (Megawatts) China: 131,000 US: 51,000 Japan: 49,000 Germany: 42,000 Italy: 19,700 India: 18,300 UK: 12,700 France: 8,000 Australia: 7,200 Spain: 5,600 South Korea: 5,600 (Snapshot of Global Photovoltaic Markets) Longer list:

PODCAST: “The cost of producing electricity from solar photovoltaic has dropped by about 80 percent since 2010.” – $GS Research’s Alberto Gandolfi: #GSEurope 

Solar power capacity, 2017. (Megawatts) China: 131,000 US: 51,000 Japan: 49,000 Germany: 42,000 Italy: 19,700 India: 18,300 UK: 12,700 France: 8,000 Australia: 7,200 Spain: 5,600 South Korea: 5,600 (Snapshot of Global Photovoltaic Markets) Longer list:

Tesla and Panasonic to collaborate on photovoltaic cell and module production in Buffalo, New York

With its solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity crossing the 5GW mark, Karnataka is now India's top solar state. This was possible because our Govt in Karnataka has eased the process of developing solar projects & commissions them at a brisk pace. #NavaKarnatakaNirmana 

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