Portable solar chargers for mobile devices are common, but they have a disadvantage: they are no good without sunlight. To change the game, Janulus, a Minnesota-based company, has come up with Trinity Portable Wind Turbine. Against company’s goal of raising $50,000 through Kickstater campaign, the project collected
As another giant leap in developing India’s renewable energy potential, the state of Tamil Nadu and SunEdison, global renewable energy development compay, have signed a MoU to develop 2 GW of wind and solar power projects in next five years with an expected investment of
After successful trials of solar-powered coaches, now Indian railway is mulling to set up solar thermal plants on land owned by Railways. The step can go a long way in cutting diesel consumption, reducing carbon emissions along-with cost cutting.
A recent report, Powering Up Against Poverty, released by Oxfam Australia has brought a ray of hope for poverty stricken population living across the world
Using viaducts as infrastructural frame for wind turbines was first discussed in an entry to a competition in 2011.
Inspired from the way a caterpillar folds itself, industrial designer Maximilian Solomon has designed a solar charger concept. Of course, it included photovoltaics, and is sort of fordable thing to make it easier to transport.
The Indira Paryavaran Bhawan in New Delhi has become first ‘net zero energy’ building in India. Officially inaugurated by India’s Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, the building will serve as the head office for the Ministry of Environment and Forests and has a capacity to accommodate
The US Solar sector boom has witnessed more installation of solar projects in the last 18 years than it did in the last 30 years combined: that is almost 5,000MW. Many European countries strive to harness the energy of sun as much as it could
India is looking forward to double its current photovoltaic capacity as the construction work on four new large-scale solar energy projects worth two gigawatts (GW) is likely to start in April of this year. The plan was unveiled by the Union Minister of Finance of
After five years of development, finally the world’s largest solar-powered bridge was officially unveiled at London’s Blackfriars railway station on Wednesday. The partnership between the world’s leading solar energy company, Solarcentury and UK’s Network Rail led to the installation of 4,400 photovoltaic panels on the