Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Around the World with Solar Energy

Solar Energy Round-up

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Different nations, same source of energy. (Photo Credits)

A lot of developments have been taking place in the solar energy front. Electrician          

The website Daily Kos for instance shared in one of its post that France has made it mandatory for commercial buildings to be at least partially covered with solar panels, or have gardens.

“This isn’t a first. Places like Australia and Germany already have green roofs as a part of their urban landscape. Toronto has had by-laws since 1998 mandating green rooftops.”

Read the rest of the write-up here.

Large Scale

Science Alert for its part put the spotlight on China’s efforts on harnessing renewable energy. Electrical Association

“In a move that once again proves its commitment to renewable energy, China has begun construction on its first large-scale commercial solar plant out in the sun-dreched expanse of the Gobi Desert. Called Delingha, the colossal facility will spread out across 25 km² (6,300 acres) of vacant land in the country’s Qinghai province, and will feature six huge solar towers hooked up to an array of solar mirrors.”

Check out the article here.

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Over at Canada, Inhabitat featured some developments on the Solar Energy front.

“One of Alberta’s biggest solar projects has been built in one of the most unlikely places—the heart of Canada’s Peace River oil sands. The Lubicon Lake Band aboriginal community launched the Piitapan Solar Project, a 20.8kW renewable energy installation in Little Buffalo, Alberta. The inspiring 80-panel solar project was developed in a bid to create more green jobs and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.”

See more here.

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