University Continues Solar Energy Push Through Proposed Project

University Continues Solar Energy Push Through Proposed Project
The announcement comes on the heels of the completion of Cornell's first large-scale solar energy project — Snyder Road Solar Farm — which went live in September. The proposed two-megawatt solar farm, which is still pending approval from the town of …
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Five Reasons Solar Will Power the Future
Just a short time ago, solar power was a groovy little niche industry in the broad field of energy generation. But something happened in the last couple years: solar began making strides toward a future in which it will challenge — and perhaps out …
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A Single Breakthrough That Could Cut Costs on Solar Energy by 25%
Costs on solar are coming down steeply, and now they're about to get even cheaper. A group of chemists at Ohio State University has invented a solar panel that stores energy without an external battery. The self-contained tuner/capacitor panels are …
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Solar energy subsidies hit struggling families
In order to stimulate the use of these forms of energy, the federal government — and often state and local governments as well — subsidize their use. In the case of solar energy, homeowners are given subsidies to purchase and install solar panels on …
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