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  • Tips about portable solar panel charger

    Portable solar panels are very convenient as they are both light and thin. These were designed to be flexible for comfort in the creation and storage. They are mainly used outdoors. The use of portable solar panels is popular among travelers and campers since there is no problem with the sun and bul

  • Polysilicon price hike may have peaked

    Market analyst Bernreuter Research reports that the price of the raw material rose by around 160% from US$11/kg at the beginning of the year to $28.50/kg currently. However, following the SNEC trade show in Shanghai last week, the price rose by only 1%, which suggests a turnaround or a price stabili

  • Developing countries must spend $1 trillion on clean energy to reach zero net spending by 2050: IEA

    Green energy investments in developing countries will need to reach US$1 trillion within the next nine years for the world to reach net zero emissions by 2050, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). A new report from the agency in collaboration with the World Bank claims that investment

  • Review: SNEC 15th (2021) International Solar Photovoltaic and Intelligent Energy

    Once a year, photovoltaic people once again gathered in Shanghai, together with the most grand feast of photovoltaic technology - June 3, SNEC 15th (2021) International Solar Photovoltaic and Intelligent Energy (Shanghai) Exhibition officially opened. As the world's most influential photovoltaic eve

  • The application of glass-free ultralight solar panel

    The application of glass-free ultralight solar panelLast month, Sungold Solar have released new arrival via Canton Fair, TF series. This is a flexible glass-free ultralight solar panel. The innovative photovoltaic module adopts proven crystalline silicon solar cell technology and polymer composite m

  • Revised downwards as COVID lockdowns, supply chain issues leave prospects murky

    India installed just over 2GW of solar in Q1 2021 as the country rebounded from COVID-19 related delays, however full-year installs could fall to well below previous estimates, one forecast suggests. Research and consultancy firm Bridge to India, in an update to its Solar Compass report published to

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