Researchers at New Energy Technologies, Inc. claim they have developed a way to replace metal with transparent compounds in the tiny, spray-on solar cells they’ve successfully applied to glass.
Harvard is the proud new user of a large 500-kilowatt solar power system installed on the roof top of one of the historic buildings that comprise the Arsenal on the Charles complex.
Energizer wants you to know it is very serious about investing in solar power, showcasing for 2010 an array of new solar products for portable charging and outdoors usage.
Etón, a maker of rather unique products, is unleashing later this year the Scorpion, a multi-functional solar or hand crank powered outdoor device which includes, of all things, a bottle opener.
Need some new portable solar panel chargers? Concord Keystone is debuting two new models, including one said to be a foldable wallet design which rolls up.
Concord Keystone goes for the green brass ring with its Solar Sling tote bag, made from recycled plastic bottles and sporting a solar panel to charge small mobile devices.
A new zero-emissions concept yacht by designer Adam Valmassoi features two large solar panels housed within the actual decks of the boat, capable of withstanding the weight of multiple passengers, and an omnidirectional retractable wind turbine.
By combining its new double-sided solar panels with a reflective roof membrane that provides 89% solar radiation reflectivity, Sanyo Canada Inc. and partners hope to increase environmental benefits by combining complementary technologies.
A new concept vehicle by designer Prodan Dragos features a retractable roof embedded with solar panels, a hybrid 4×4 drive train and versatile indoor space for camping.
The Solar Alternative Functioning Energy (S.A.F.E.) Fencing System is a concept green fencing system which integrates solar panels into an attractive fence design.