Solar Power From Roads?

Researchers from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Massachusetts, USA believe the heat-soaking properties of asphalt could be a very viable alternative energy source and are developing a solar collector that could turn roads and car parks into sources of electricity and hot water. 

Sydney Girl’s Stunning Solar Power Development

Nicole Kuepper, a PhD student and lecturer at the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering at the University of New South Wales, has developed a revolutionary solar cell that can be manufactured at low temperatures and with low tech equipment

Gross Feed In Tariff Crucial To Meet Renewable Energy Targets

For the necessary growth required to meet renewable energy targets in Australia, there is a critical need for the Federal Government to introduce a gross feed-in tariff scheme for residential grid connect solar power system owners. Net feed-in tariffs offered in some states simply do not provide the incentive need to help Australia achieve our renewableenergy target of 20% by 2020.