Kyocera Corporation announced today that Kyocera is the only solar module manufacturer to rank as a Performance Leader in all six categories in independent testing by PV Evolution…
Nearly everyone enjoys a good beer now and again. A delicious beer sustainably brewed with renewable energy that pours down from the sun might make that happy hour…
Driven by a feed-in tariff, solar power is booming in Japan, and the country now has a 70-megawatt photovoltaic plant, its biggest.
In an effort to meet energy reduction targets following the shutdown of Japan’s nuclear reactors, Kyocera is planting “green curtains” to reduce its AC demands.
England’s new “zero carbon church” uses 21st century solar panel technology from Kyocera to power the 12th century St. Michael and All Angels Church.
Toyota and Kyocera are part of a consortium offering Japanese homeowners a combined heat and power fuel cell that uses natural gas to produce hydrogen.
A PV system installed at Palau’s airport, reinforced to make sure it doesn’t blow away in a typhoon, should help cut the island nation’s diesel dependence.