Posts Tagged: "Solar panels"

World’s Largest Floating Solar Power Plant In China

China is taking solar power seriously. They constructed a huge power plant near the city of Huainan and it’s floating on water. The area is very rich in coal and was earlier used for mining but was flooded due to constant rain. However, it now has a new purpose – to supply solar energy to the homes …

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Tesla Solar Panels

Tesla is changing the face of sustainable energy and they don’t seem to stop. A while ago we wrote about one of their biggest innovations- the solar roof and now we’re introducing you to the newest technology from them – Tesla Solar Panels. These panels are an update to Tesla’s energy segment of the business and …

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Tesla Solar Roof Tiles


Just recently, Elon Musk unveiled a new project- Tesla Solar Roof Tiles. Sure, we’ve already seen a few similar projects throughout the years, but these roof tiles are actually very functional besides being stylish. The main purpose though is to drastically reduce your electricity bills. It’s commonly known that the energy coming from the sun in just …

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Casas Em Movimento Solar Homes

Casas Em Movimento is a project from a Portuguese firm and it means Moving Houses. The idea behind this project is to turn a house into an architectural sunflower that rotates in order to maximize the amount of solar energy it receives. This technology was developed at the University of Porto, Faculty of Architecture. These houses have two axes …

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Colossus of Rhodes Project | Rebuilding a Wonder

You probably remember hearing about the Colossus of Rhodes as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was a 40-meter tall statue of Helios, the Greek sun god, made entirely from bronze, in 280 B.C.; unfortunately, it was destroyed in an earthquake in 226 B.C. However, the Colossus of Rhodes Project plans …

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Because solar energy plants are being used more and more these days, it’s no wonder that advancements are being made every day to incorporate them in our everyday lives but on a much smaller scale. Which is why Yolk, a solar charger developer has created the world’s thinnest solar charger ever called Solar Paper. Its name …

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