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The changing face of Europe’s solar energy sector

Dries Acke of SolarPower Europe details Europe’s solar energy outlook and the challenges that need to be addressed to ensure its success.

Strengthening the competitiveness of the EU’s clean energy sector

Learn about the European Commission’s latest Progress Report on Competitiveness of Clean Energy Technologies.

Energy transition project awarded more than €9m to reduce emissions

A new energy transition project, known as WHISPER, has been awarded €9.2m in funding from Horizon Europe for a four-year innovation project.

New solar-powered system converts harmful emissions into sustainable fuels

Researchers have developed a system that can transform plastic waste and greenhouse gases into sustainable fuels using energy from the Sun.

New solar cell material could be used in space

The University of Warwick has been granted £2.2m to investigate a new type of solar cell material in a bid to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

Creating the most efficient perovskite solar cells to date using ammonium

Scientists have created perovskite solar cells with 21% efficiency, the best results ever for a device made from a non-halide lead source.

Making rooftop solar panels more efficient with AI

Researchers have developed Artificial Intelligence methods that can help to improve the performance of rooftop solar panels.

New perovskite solar cells developed to match silicon photovoltaics

Perovskite solar cells have been enhanced to ensure that they are a promising candidate for becoming the dominant next-generation solar cell.

Are agrivoltaics a win for the energy transition?

Agrivoltaics provides a way to combine solar panels with agriculture, but will this emerging technology assist the energy transition?

Implementing cooling measures for solar plants

Researchers are exploring ways to exploit the geometry of solar plants to enhance natural cooling mechanisms.

Could mirrors be the key to controlling solar energy during photosynthesis?

Using light through mirrors could be the key to controlling solar energy conversion during photosynthesis, or other light reactions.

New material boosts the performance and stability of organic photovoltaics

Experts from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) have innovated a new material that optimises organic photovoltaics.

New microscope images reveal a promising new solar cell material

A microscope that uses terahertz waves to collect data on samples has shown that MAPbI3 perovskite could replace silicon in solar cells.

New concept for photovoltaic cells developed

Photovoltaic cells require a heterojunction to ensure sunlight is converted into electricity, but new cells cannot always form them.

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First Hydrogen expands its design of zero-emission vehicles

First Hydrogen Corp has selected EDAG Group as its design styling partner for its next generation of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.