In Germany, a new sunshade incorporating Kyocera solar modules doubles as a charging station for electric vehicles and bicycles, providing juice free of charge.
Japan’s post-Fukushima search for alternative fuel sourcing gives it, among other things, a solar-powered bus and taxi shelter.
Kyocera, in a decidedly low tech alternative to energy efficient hardware, makes use of edible green curtains to help cool some of its buildings.
Kyocera Solar now provides solar power kits for home use that include everything necessary for a DIY project, though professional help is suggested.
Japanese manufacturer Kyocera will supply 1 million solar modules – enough to produce 204 megawatts (MW) of power – for 34 6-MW solar power plants in Thailand.
With electric bicycles surging in popularity in Japan, Kyocera is offering a solar-powered charging station, calling it “economical and ecological.”
As Turkey tries to heal old wounds, solar power provided by Kyocera brings light to the 1,000-year-old Armenian Cathedral of the Holy Cross.