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New robot boosts solar energy research

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Researchers have created a robot capable of conducting experiments more efficiently and sustainably to develop a range of new semiconductor materials with desirable attributes. The researchers have already demonstrated that the new technology, called RoboMapper, can rapidly identify new perovskite materials with improved stability and solar …

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Lancaster energy company eyes continued leadership in the solar market

Lancaster-based Paradise Energy Solutions is poised to continue being a leader in the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) solar market. A family-owned, full-service provider of solar energy services, Paradise Energy Solutions lists new installation incentives, warranties, and guarantees, a growing service department, and emerging technologies as ways to empower businesses, …

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Forget Solar Panels. Here Come Rain Panels

In a potentially game-changing breakthrough in energy harvesting, researchers have found a way to capture, store and utilize the electrical power generated by falling raindrops, which may lead to the development of rooftop, power-generating rain panels. Previous attempts to generate power from failing rain have run into specific technical hurdles …

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Village Of Deerfield Reduces Solar Panel Permit Fees

July 21, 2023 The Deerfield Village Board has taken another step towards promoting renewable energy by implementing a 50% reduction in the base permit fee for solar panel installations. This initiative is in line with the Village’s 2022 Climate Action Report, which sets ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions by …

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Solar Power World unveils 2023 edition of Top Solar Contractors List

With the United States receiving significant federal support of solar storage in the Inflation Reduction Act, excitement for the technologies is growing at a record pace. Solar developers, installers and contractors are capitalizing on the moment by building more substantial projects across the country. Their increased efforts to expand the …

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