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Is the idea of solar energy car possible or not?

An increased interest in renewable energy systems has made many automobile companies think in the line of solar-powered cars as a sustainable means of transport. Electric vehicles are cleaner than conventional vehicles. The pollution from electricity used to power cars makes EVs powered by solar energy a better option. Solar cars are electric cars that use solar […]

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Can the world be powered fully by renewable energy?

As renewable energy is derived from renewable resources, very few resources are lost due to its production. Based on its source, they are of different types. Types of Renewable Energy Solar energy derived from the sun, wind energy derived from the motion of the wind, hydroelectric energy derived from the gravitational potential of water, Biomass

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Can we install solar for individual flat in apartment?

With over 2.3 million solar rooftop installations, most Australians enjoy the benefits of solar energy. Certainly, technological advancements and innovations have helped the best solar companies in Perth to make solar power accessible even for apartments. One-third of Australians live in rental properties or apartments. Earlier a significant portion of Australians were out of reach

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What are the problems faced by renewable energy?

The challenges faced by the renewable energy industry are many. Political pressures, government policies, corporate influence, age-old infrastructure, lack of proper battery storage system, and present market scenario stand in its way for a wider adoption worldwide. Despite these factors, renewable energy has undertaken a global adoption as a means to alleviate climate change. It

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Can trains transport people solely on solar energy?

Electricity is the largest source of greenhouse gas pollution in Australia, second being transport. Transport sector has seen 62.9% growth since 1990. Only a change in the government policies on transport and climate can help Australia to lower its greenhouse gas pollution. Increase in population, dearth of public transport and reliance on vehicles has increased

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Why aren’t we using the deserts for solar power?

The booming electricity prices and falling cost of solar panels have made many households turn to rooftop solar units. With the gaining popularity of solar power, solar panel price has come down considerably. Sustainability being the main focus, commercial buildings, shopping centers, and hospitals have also turned to solar power. This has increased 700 percent since

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Why Solar Power

Solar power in Australia is a fast-growing industry. As of September 2020, Australia has over 2.56 million solar PV installations with a combined capacity of 18,526 MW photovoltaic solar power, of which at least 4,426 MW were installed in the preceding 12 months. Australia has the highest uptake of solar globally. Having the highest solar radiation

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A Look Through the Solar Windows and Perovskite Solar Cells

Despite the current efforts, climate change is inevitable and irreversible at the current pace of human development. United Nation foresee circular economy – “an economy in which waste and pollution do not exist by design, products and materials are kept in use, and natural systems are regenerated” – as integral to these efforts and our sustainable

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Distributed Energy Buyback Scheme

WA Government launches Distributed Energy Buyback Scheme

The West Australian  Government announced on 31 August 2020 that the existing Renewable Energy Buyback Scheme (REBS) will be replaced by the Distributed Energy Buyback Scheme (DEBS). It is available to eligible residential, not-for profit and education customers and offers a buyback rate for electricity exported back into the network, which appears on your bill

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