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Napelemes sajtószemle

A németországi villamosenergia-termelési kapacitásnak mintegy háromnegyedét teszik majd ki 2030-ra a megújuló energiaforrások. Ez egy friss, visszafogott prognózis.

Napi.hu

A brit parlament tudományos és technológiai bizottságának friss jelentése szerint a közlekedésben a technológiai innováció önmagában nem lesz elég ahhoz, hogy a kormány elérje a károsanyag-kibocsátás csökkentésére vonatkozó céljait – írja a BBC.

G7

A francia Colas fektette le a napelemes autóút-hálózat első kilométereit még 2016-ban, de mára egyértelművé vált, hogy valamit alaposan elszámoltak az útépítő cég mérnökei. A végeredmény ugyanis zajos és törékeny lett, olyannyira, hogy már le is mondtak a meglevő napelemes utak karbantartásáról.

Totalcar

Ongoing US-China trade tensions will not ruin solar fortunes on either side as players adapt by redrawing the lines of global supply flows, Fitch Solutions has predicted. Chinese solar manufacturers will remain the “biggest losers” from spiralling trade wars but their long-term growth is not threatened, the consultancy said over the weekend.

pv-tech.org

A Japanese utility has trialled a blockchain platform for residents to sell excess solar power. The software allows producers of solar energy to track market prices, and sell their unused power at competitive rates. Others who don’t produce their own renewable energy would be able to buy this at market rates.

govinsider.asia

The next generation of low cost, high efficiency organic solar cells is close at hand, except for one stubborn problem that is way too long to describe in a lede. Trust us! Researchers have been hammering away at the challenge for years, and it looks like a team at Columbia University has finally come up with a solution.

cleantechnica.com/

Solar power has emerged as the dominant renewable source of energy in many places with a lot of sunny days during any given year. One would think solar would flourish even more spectacularly as the Earth warms—which is what all reports on the topic warn about—but, according to a new study, one would be wrong.

oilprice.com

A European consortium of partners has developed an easy-to-clean solar panel coating that repels environmental forces. SolarSharc was created by the Advanced Resins and Coatings Innovation Centre (a strategic partnership between London South Bank University and TWI), Opus Materials Technologies, Onyx Solar, CEA – LITEN, Millidyne and TWI.

solarpowerworldonline.com

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