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Premier Inn To Install More Solar Panels

Many of you may have spent the night at a Premier Inn with numerous such properties located in various parts of the UK. Over the years, the well known TV star Sir Lenworth George Henry better known by he name … Continue reading

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Large Solar Panel Plant For Mexico

Readers will be interested to hear that a huge solar panel plant has been inaugurated in Mexico that, when completed, will be the largest in the Americas. The plant was inaugurated by Enel Green Power Mexico on the 22nd March … Continue reading

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Solar Power When It Rains

It is believed that more energy is generated by solar panels when the sun is shining as the sun’s rays help produce electricity than when the skies are clouded over making it a dull day or when it is dark. … Continue reading

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Slow Growth In UK Solar Panel Installations

Figures for the deployment of solar photovoltaic panel installations here in the UK published by the Government indicate slow growth but at least there continues to be take up of solar power. It has to be said that we do … Continue reading

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Solar Panel Installations In Australia Break Record

Whilst the number of solar panels being installed in the UK has been floundering in the last couple of years or so this has certainly not been the case in Australia. In fact, quite the opposite as a record was … Continue reading

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Possible World First Announced By Australian University

You may be interested to read that the University of New South Wales (UNSW) has recently announced the signing of an agreement with Origin Energy and Maoneng Australia for the offsite supply of solar power to the university. It is … Continue reading

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USA To Impose Tariffs on Solar Panel Imports

Donald Trump is obviously keen to protect businesses in the USA in respect of the likes of trade and jobs. In an effort to do so with regard to the solar industry it is expected that tariffs are to be … Continue reading

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China Builds Solar Panelled Stretch Of Roadway

As many of you will be aware, China is a major manufacturer of solar panels with many being exported to a variety of countries around the world. It is also no doubt keen to lower carbon emissions to improve the … Continue reading

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China Building World’s Largest Floating Solar Panel Farm

You may well be aware that China is into solar power in a big way being a large global manufacturer of solar panels many of which are exported to other countries around the world. Well, it is in the throes … Continue reading

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How Are Gloucester Cathedral’s Solar Panels Performing?

Our readers may recollect that, back in September 2016, we mentioned that Gloucester Cathedral was having solar panels fitted to one of its roofs with a view to reducing its electricity bills and lowering carbon emissions. So, how are those … Continue reading

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