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:: Solarpark on hilly ground

+ 24.08.2013 + Flexible support system adjusts perfectly to different elevations.

:: New rechargeable flow battery enables cheaper, large-scale energy storage

+ 23.08.2013 + Design may support widespread use of solar and wind energy.

:: Record PV Demand from China and Japan Marks Turning Point for Solar Industry, According to NPD Solarbuzz

+ 22.08.2013 + Strong shipments to key Asian markets in 2H’13 to restore PV market confidence, as threats from trade wars and corporate bankruptcies subside.

:: SheerWind claims its INVELOX wind turbine produces 600% more power

+ 22.08.2013 + SheerWind Reports Its’ Commercial-Grade Field Unit Significantly Outperforms Traditional Wind Generation and Is Competitive with Natural Gas and Hydroelectric Generation .

:: Solar Industry Capital Expenditures Set to Rebound as Emerging Economies Boost Production

+ 21.08.2013 + The sun is finally rising on the global solar business, with growing demand in developing regions helping to ignite the first increase in industrywide capital spending in three years in 2014, according to the PV Manufacturing & Capital Spending Tool from information and analytics provider IHS.

:: Earth Overshoot Day

+ 20.08.2013 + August 20 is Earth Overshoot Day 2013, marking the date when humanity exhausted nature’s budget for the year.

:: Transforming Business for Tomorrow's World

+ 19.08.2013 + There is an emerging consensus that all is not well with today’s market-centric economic model.

:: The positive sides of doping

+ 17.08.2013 + Empa scientists boost CdTe solar cell efficiency.

:: German-US Fuel Cell Collaboration Demonstrates Strong Power Density Results

+ 16.08.2013 + Utilizing Patented Processes and Learning from ARPA-E Sponsored Research -- OH Energy, Inc., Fraunhofer ICT, Leibniz Institute for Polymer Research and University of Delaware Have Achieved Initial Power Density of 616 mW/cm(2).

:: World Bank: Long-Term Impacts of Household Electrification in Rural India

+ 15.08.2013 + A long-term study about impacts of Household electrification.

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