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Air pollution in urban settings can put a dent in solar power

Urban haze is a multifaceted threat. Foremost a major health hazard, it also affects the passage of light through the lower atmosphere. This can significantly reduce the power output from solar panels, and impact on the industry.

Scientists: Nature teaches green, efficient sunlight harvesting

Solar power cells are not advanced enough to match human energy needs, but an international team of scientists wrote that new studies of natural, clean, solar-powered complex systems already hint how to capture, transfer and store sunlight efficiently.

Introducing the Electree, a solar-panel tree-like battery charger

Considering beautiful, functional and ecologically sustainable appliances for the high-tech, earth-friendly home, three tech reviewers recently profiled the Electree, a desk-top, gadget-charging tree sculpture by French artist and designer Vivian Muller.

Ontario Power Authority suggests new price for micro generators Special

The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) has decided it wants to revise downward the price it is prepared to pay for new grid-tied ground-based micro electricity generation, opening negotiations with a new suggested price of 58.8 cents per kWh.

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