NewEnergyNews: The Future Of Solar


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    Thursday, August 24, 2017

    The Future Of Solar

    7 things you didn't know about where solar energy is headed

    John Sciliano, August 21, 2017 (Washington Examiner)

    “Solar energy is becoming more diverse than rooftop panels on houses. It has become a consistent source of innovation…Solar energy received a lot of support from the late music icon Prince…By the time he died in April 2016, Prince had contributed $25 million…[The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is developing an advanced crystal that could] produce up to 1,000 degrees Celsius worth of heat…[Solar technology is proving to be increasingly adaptable to overlapping with nanotechnology and that] could mean micro-solar panels on everything…[Ikea has teamed up with a solar power company with installation] and set-up costs $4,000, which would make switching to solar panels achievable for many budgets…[Solar shingles can cover the entire rooftop, greatly expanding the electricity-generating square footage of a house over conventional solar rooftop panels…An Austrian solar energy company’s solar energy flower is] a miniature power plant that can sit outside a house or office to provide more electricity than conventional rooftop panels…[And the] U.S. is swiftly becoming a leader in building utility-scale solar power plants…” click here for more

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