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What is Solar Energy?

by solarion on 20-03-2020 09:23AM in Solar Farm

Solar energy is an energy that hits the earth every day from the sun in the form of light & Heat. Sun is technically considered as a nuclear fusion reactor and it converts millions of tons of hydrogen into helium every second. Sun is approximately 149 Million KM away from the earth and the sunlight takes about 8.3 seconds to reach the earth.

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Solar energy has become so accessible that new farms are being switched on in the most unexpected places - including in the depths of the Alaskan winter.

by on 24-02-2020 12:01PM in USA, Alaska, Solar Farm

The temperature gauge on my car reads a frosty -16C (3F) as I pull off the highway and onto the side road next to the Willow solar farm, about 50 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska. The panels, ice-covered behemoths that rise starkly against the still-dark sky, are incongruous sight in the snowy [...]

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Solar Powered Artificial Islands Could Extract CO2 From Seawater To Produce FuelSolar Powered Artificial Islands Could Extract CO2 From Seawater To Produce Fuel

by on 24-02-2020 11:58AM in solar to fuel, Floating PV

A group of researchers from Switzerland and Norway wants to mitigate the effects of climate change and advance renewable energy sources by building millions of artificial islands throughout the world's oceans capable of converting atmospheric carbon dioxide into fuel.The islands would have to be [...]

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