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:: Cheap battery stores energy for a rainy day

+ 14.01.2014 + Quinone could make flow-battery technology competitive with current storage methods.

:: Glacier's retreat is now irreversible

+ 13.01.2014 + Pine Island Glacier, the largest single contributor to sea-level rise in Antarctica, has started shrinking, say scientists.

:: Calls grow for binding 2030 European renewable energy target

+ 11.01.2014 + Solar trade body the European Photovoltaics Industry Association has welcomed a draft resolution by two European Parliament committees backing a 2030 EU renewable energy target.

:: Intersolar Europe 2014 introduces renewable heating as new area of focus

+ 10.01.2014 + Greater attention must be paid to generating renewable heat if the climate protection targets set in Germany and around the world are to be met.

:: Ascent Solar Signs Definitive Agreement to Build New Manufacturing Plant in Suqian of Jiangsu Province, China

+ 07.01.2014 + Suqian will provide RMB200 million ($32.5 million) for the Joint Venture: agreement reinforces and supersedes the previous framework agreement announced on July 9, 2013.

:: Chinese government publishes list of approved PV makers

+ 06.01.2014 + Following an “expert review”, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has published a list of 109 solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturers that comply with “PV manufacturing industry norms and conditions”.

:: Ford using SunPower cells for plug-in hybrid concept car

+ 05.01.2014 + Although solar cells integrated into a car’s roof is not a new concept, the combination of an off-grid Fresnel lens canopy to boost cell efficiency and potentially remain off grid for charging certainly is.

:: 2013 confirmed as Australia's hottest year on record

+ 04.01.2014 + The release of the Bureau of Meteorology Annual Climate Statement 2013 confirms Australia has recorded its hottest calendar year on record.

:: China cuts the cord on struggling solar manufacturers

+ 04.01.2014 + The Chinese government has excluded almost 80% of operating manufacturers, including Shunfeng and LDK Solar, from benefitting from domestic support measures as it looks to curb oversupply and increase the quality of its solar manufacturing sector.

:: EnergyTrend: Polysilicon spot prices forcing wafer and cell ASPs higher

+ 03.01.2014 + Polysilicon spot prices are expected to test the US$20/kg mark for the first time in over two years in January, 2014, according to EnergyTrend, a research division of TrendForce based in Taiwan.

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