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About Danielle Biggs

My name is Danielle Biggs. I studied environmental science at university and enjoy writing about renewable energy issues. Email me directly on danielle.biggs@solarpanelsuk.co.uk

Where Could Transparent Solar Panels Be Used?

It is being reported that transparent solar panels may be available to use in the next few years. So, where could such solar panels be used? Well, the obvious place could be to replace glass windows in homes and commercial … Continue reading

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Thousands Of Social Housing Tenants To Benefit From Free Solar Panels

You may be interested to read that a considerable number of tenants residing in social housing are to have solar photovoltaic panels fitted to their homes with the occupants of these properties not having to pay anything for the solar … Continue reading

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Chinese Solar Panel Manufacturing Predicted to Grow In 2017

It is well known that China is a huge manufacturer of solar photovoltaic panels that are then used in solar panel installations in China and a number of other countries around the world. Well, it is being forecast that China … Continue reading

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Will Trump’s Mexican Wall Incorporate Solar Panels?

Donald Trump, who is the President of the United States of America, announced some time ago that he wanted a very long wall built along the Mexican border with the USA. Well, apparently, he has now suggested that solar panels … Continue reading

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Solar Powered Electric Buses For Brighton

Brighton is possibly the first place in the UK to be about to charge electric buses using solar panels. This is excellent news for the solar power industry. The Big Lemon bus company has had 120 solar panels fitted to … Continue reading

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Substantial Increase In Solar Power Market Worldwide In 2016

You may be interested to read that last year there was a significant increase in the solar power market globally according to SolarPower Europe. However, this was not the case in Europe and that is disappointing to hear. In 2016, … Continue reading

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Installed Solar Capacity In China Increased Significantly In 2016

In the past we have made reference to China producing solar panels for installation around the world and having solar panels fitted in their own country. You may be interested to note that last year the installed solar capacity in … Continue reading

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Solar Panel Road Built In France

Apparently, a solar panel road has been constructed in a village in Normandy in France that is around 1km in length. It is possibly the first time that solar panels have been used in this way. Some 2,880 solar photovoltaic … Continue reading

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Solar Panels To Be Installed At 5,000 Total Service Stations

Total S.A is an extremely large international gas and oil company whose headquarters are in France. It has announced that over a period of 5 years it is to install solar photovoltaic panels at 5,000 of its service stations around … Continue reading

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Will We See Many Solar Powered Cars On Our Roads?

Countries all around the world are keen to lower carbon emissions with a variety of products being made to help the environment and hopefully save people money. In recent years, considerable sums of money have been invested in electric vehicles … Continue reading

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