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UK’s BBOXX Emerges as Key Player in Togo’s Solar-Fueled Electrification Drive

UK-based mobile-pay-go solar energy start-up BBOXX is taking a big step up in class as it expands in Togo as a key partner in...

The Benefits of Adapting the Weighted Efficiency of Solar Photovoltaic Inverters to Local African Climates

The Paris Agreement, adopted at the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, proposed to limit...

How Drone Solutions Are Powering the Future of Solar Energy

We explore how resources such as solar energy can benefit from the technology of the future, specifically drone based solutions. We’ll explore how each...

Duke Energy Aims to Offer Third-Party-Owned Solar Leases to Business Customers in North Carolina

An affiliate of Duke Energy, the largest utility and electricity services corporation in the US, recently submitted an application with the North Carolina Utilities...

Solar Power Jobs Campaign Aims to Provide Education, Training for 4.5 Million

A worldwide coalition of 200 private and public organizations, Power for All today launched Powering Jobs, a campaign aimed at providing the training and...

IRENA Signs Partnership with Southeast Asian Countries as Region Looks to Scale-Up Renewable Energy

Singapore, 30 October 2018 — The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) signed an agreement with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) today, forging a...

100-Megawatt Armonia Microgrid Project Sets Palau On Course to Meet 45%-by-2025 Renewable Energy Goal Five Years Ahead of Schedule

ENGIE eps is building what’s billed as the world’s largest, solar power-energy storage microgrid for the government of Palau. With 100 MW of power...

Department of Energy Announces $53 Million in New Projects to Advance Solar Technologies

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced selections for up to $53 million in new projects to advance early-stage solar technologies. Through the...

The Solar Energy Industries Association and The Solar Foundation Aim to Bring Down U.S. Solar Soft Costs

So-called “soft costs” continue to account for a rising proportion of total installed solar energy systems costs in the U.S. That has led the...

Telefónica Teams Up with Solar-Storage System Specialists, Local Telecoms Providers to Bring Wireless Broadband to 100 Million in Latin America

Spain’s Telefónica is reaching out to solar energy-energy storage systems specialists and local telecommunications-Internet service providers (ISPs) under the banner of its Internet Para...

Oxford PV and Oxford University Partnership to Develop an All-Perovskite Solar Cell

Oxford, 26 September 2018 - Oxford PVTM – The Perovskite CompanyTM, the leader in the field of perovskite solar cells, today announced a five year research project...

Rebuilding Puerto Rico’s Power Infrastructure on the Eve of Hurricane Maria’s First Annual Commemoration

Lack of reliable power grid service continues to plague island residents, businesses, government agencies and community-centered non-governmental organizations (NGOs) one year after Hurricane Maria...