The Impact of COVID-19 on Global Resources

The Impact of COVID-19 on Global Resources

Business shutdowns and social distancing have created a shift (and rightfully so) in resource priorities. Luxury items fall to the background as health-safety items become more coveted than ever.…

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How Solar Power Stands Against Disaster

How Solar Power Stands Against Disaster

The Bahamas aims to generate 30% of the country's electricity from renewable energy sources like solar power by 2030. CBS News aired a 60 Minutes special piece about the effects Hurricane Dorian caused in the Bahamas.…

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Solar & Batteries: The Best New Combo in Solar Energy

Solar & Batteries: The Best New Combo in Solar Energy

With a solar panel system, you export the excess solar energy you produce back to the grid, and the utility pays you for it - this is called “net metering.” Additionally, during a power outage, most standard solar systems cannot work - the National Electric Code prohibits it.…

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How Is Solar Power Used In Industries?

How Is Solar Power Used In Industries?

Presently, solar power conversion is widely used to generate heat and produce electricity. A comparative study on the world energy consumption released by International Energy Agency (IEA) shows that in 2050, solar array installations will supply around 45% of energy demand in the world.…

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Mapping The Boom In Solar Power Globally

Mapping The Boom In Solar Power Globally

According to a new research by the IEA, solar power is growing faster than any other renewable energy source  in the world. But where in the world is the technology booming the most?…

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