Tags » Solar Power

The Basics Of Installing Solar Panels At Home

Say hello to the same time. It ensures that you have a source of nonpolluting power. If you’re interested in solar energy, keep reading for good ideas and advice from seasoned experts. 455 more words

Good News You Likely Haven't Heard From CNN Or The NYT

Here’s some good news you probably won’t hear from most nationally-focused US media:

– Sam Wang of the Princeton Election Consortium (aka the guy who got all the 2012 Senate races right along with the Presidential race) has been saying that… 190 more words

Solar Energy Advice You Need To Know

TIP! The amount of energy produced depends on the efficiency of your solar panels as well as the number of solar panels installed. You will need to do a little math to calculate the number of panels you will need. 730 more words

August 30 Energy News

Science and Technology:

¶   Water is an ancient power source, one usually exploited by harnessing its flow. For decades, though, scientists have been working on another kind of water power — one relying on salt. 498 more words

Nuclear Power

Pi-beam labs to introduce green rickshaws in Chennai

Pi-beam labs, a company dealing in renewable energy will launch solar-powered rickshaws in December 2014 in Chennai as part of a trial run.

Visakh Sasikumar, the founder and CEO states that the convertible three-wheeled hybrid vehicle with pedal, electric and solar driving modes will change the public transport scenario by charging Rs7/ km compared to the present normal auto fare of Rs.12/km.The vehicles can run 50 km on average in a single charge of 10 hours. 275 more words

Massachusetts Pushes Solar Ownership With Loan Program

Homeowners who wish to install solar on their rooftops need money, so they should be able to borrow those funds from their local banks. That’s the general idea behind a proposed solar loan program that the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) announced earlier this year.The program’s goal, the department said, is to reduce barriers for Massachusetts residents to directly own solar projects. 10 more words

Energy News