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Tanzania turns to solar power to increase electricity connectivity

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); As many as 60 percent of the Kenyan population now has access to electricity according to official data. But in neighbouring Tanzania, the penetration rate is less than half of that and sparsely populated rural communities are especially neglected.   Latest solar news

Germany Facing Mass Blackouts Because The Wind And Solar Won’t Cooperate

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Germany’s energy network nearly broken down in January because of poor execution from wind turbines and sun based boards, as indicated by information from a noteworthy exchange union. Wind and sunlight based power plants failed to meet expectations in January, 2017, as a result of shady climate with almost no […]

India Unveils the World’s Largest Solar Power Plant

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Kamuthi in Tamil Nadu, India is now home to the world’s largest solar plant that adds 648 MW to the country’s generating capacity. Previously, the Topaz Solar Farm in California, which was completed two years ago and has a capacity of 550 MW, held the title. Aljazeera reports: Latest solar […]

Tesla Runs Tau In American Samoa Island On Solar Power

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Tesla has announced their solar panels are nearly entirely powering the island of Ta’u in American Samoa. SolarCity developed a microgrid with 1.4 megawatts of solar generation capacity — enough to power nearly 100% of the island, according to a SolarCity blog posted on Tuesday. The microgrid is enabled by […]

The Advantages Of Solar LED Lights

Supplanting your energy source and picking vitality lessening lighting choices can have an immense effect to your expenses and even offer you solid lighting particularly for your open air needs. There are such a large number of lighting options and sunlight based LED lights are a portion of as well as can be expected pick. […]

Solar Impulse completes historic round-the-world trip

A solar powered plane has landed in Abu Dhabi, completing a historic round-the-world trip with stops in India, Asia, Europe and North America. “I’ve been waiting for this moment for 15 years,” said Solar Impulse chairman and pilot, Bertrand Piccard, in an impromptu speech on the tarmac shortly after landing. “We should never accept the […]

Europeans Using Solar Power To Transform Urine Into Beer

For the second year in a row, a team of researchers at Belgium’s Ghent University is collecting urine at one of Europe’s largest festivals, Roskilde. The researchers are hoping that by the time next year’s festival rolls around, one of the country’s breweries should have plenty of recycled urine beer to pour out for adventurous […]

3 Things That The “Used Car Salesman” Can Teach Us About Online Marketing

“Used car salesman” is synonymous for sleazy, pushy, crooked sales. It’s too bad, really. Sure, there may be some dishonest used car salespeople, but certainly the entire industry can’t be that bad. Unfortunately, the stereotype persists. Why? Because we’ve all experienced the greasy, false friendship of that kind of salesperson. It’s off-putting, to say the […]

How to Build Your List Through the Amazon Kindle Store

What’s the best way to build your email list? It’s a question every marketer asks themselves on a weekly (or more likely daily) basis. We all know that email, despite competing against new kids on the block social media, SEO and their ilk, still provides the highest ROI. But there’s a problem. Email’s high return […]

Using Google Analytics to Understand Your Social and Mobile Audience

Know your audience. It’s one of the key rules of getting better conversions. These days, knowing your audience isn’t simply about overall web traffic analytics; it means understanding your mobile and social audience too. Here’s why. How Big is the Mobile and Social Audience? In the US alone, according to Pew Research Center: Two-thirds of […]