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Solar Thin-film Nano PV for Remote Device Charging

Solar Thin-film Nano PV for Remote Device Charging

July 29, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] International Nanotechnology Corporation (INC) said they have made forward progress toward developing a solar-powered solution for powering cellphones and laptop computers. INC previously announced that it had signed a letter of intent with Terra Solar Development Corp., a developer of photovoltaic (PV )and nanocell technology to acquire substantially all of its nanotechnology assets and certain PV […]
Airline to Offer Mini-Fuel Cell Chargers

Airline to Offer Mini-Fuel Cell Chargers

September 5, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Air France, the French national carrier, will be offering Electric Fuel Corporation’s Instant Power 3-in-1, fuel cell Cellphone Chargers to passengers on its flights as of October 2002. Chargers will be presented in the airlines’ in-flight retail catalog and in-flight staff will become familiar with the chargers prior to selling them. Air France is the second […]
Cellphone Charger Revives Dead Cellphones without Electricity

Cellphone Charger Revives Dead Cellphones without Electricity

A U.S. company has introduced a battery charger for cellular telephones that requires no electricity and allows consumers to keep talking while the empty battery charges.
Battery Power as Good as Gas?

Battery Power as Good as Gas?

[The Toronto Star] Imagine the day when cellphones charge up in seconds, laptop batteries never degrade, and electric cars have the same power, driving range and purchase price as their gas-powered cousins. It’s a consumer’s dream and an engineer’s fantasy: Safe, affordable and eco-friendly batteries that can store immense amounts of energy, allow for lightning-fast charging, and handle virtually unlimited […]
PV-solar-products-subject-of-Tech-Award

PV-solar-products-subject-of-Tech-Award

The Tech Awards, presented by Applied Materials (AMAT), is the Tech Museum’s annual tribute to a select group of people working around the world to help those in need. This year, one of the laureates was ToughStuff, which develops robust PV solar products -- lamps, cellphone chargers -- for personal use. Debra Vogler spoke with the company at the awards.
Solar Luggage

Solar Luggage

[CNN Money] As the owner of Greenling Organic Delivery, a food service company based in Austin, I’m often out in the field – literally. Like many entrepreneurs, I spend most waking hours surgically attached to my phone, a T-Mobile Dash that I use mainly for voice calls and calendar tracking. I’m lost if it runs out of juice, so I […]
Listen Up: Let’s Talk Solar Chips and How They Can Reduce Costs, Improve Efficiency

Listen Up: Let’s Talk Solar Chips and How They Can Reduce Costs, Improve Efficiency

Solar modules started out as fairly simple moisture-proof sandwiches of glass, silicon cells, glue and backsheets — with a junction box that contains a few diodes to bypass defective or shaded cells. No fancy electronics in the early days. Then power electronics circuitry crept into early inverters — to the point now where all inverters contain hundreds of electronics chips to provide various optimization, communications and safety functions. Now that many installations use microinverters or optimizers, every single solar panel has its own collection of electronics chips.
Clean Energy Beats Fossil Fuels as Costs Drop Globally

Clean Energy Beats Fossil Fuels as Costs Drop Globally

Global investment in renewable energy fell in 2013 for the second straight year. Ulf Moslener, a professor at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, said instead of focusing on what was spent, look at what it bought.
Solectria connects PV owners and their inverters via cellphones

Solectria connects PV owners and their inverters via cellphones

Solectria Renewables LLC, PV inverter manufacturer, introduced a cellular connection option for its SolrenView web-based PV inverter monitoring system. SolrenView AIR frees SolrenView users to monitor systems (such as the one picture here) without a wired connection.
10.6-MW Pulanai hydropower plant being constructed in Philippines suffers attack

10.6-MW Pulanai hydropower plant being constructed in Philippines suffers attack

The Philippines Department of Energy (DOE) released a report today saying its US$133.4 million 10.6-MW Pulanai hydropower plant being constructed in the southern province of Bukidnon on the Island of Mindanao, was attacked by armed individuals on Feb. 25.