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Flexible solar panels: expectation vs. reality

You’ve heard of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels. You might have heard of concentrated solar power (CSP). But what about flexible solar panels?

In my experience as an energy consultant, clients often lament the slowing growth of solar capacity in Germany. As the government phases out subsidies for solar, households simply do not want to pay the high cost of purchasing and installing conventional panels. Flexible solar panels could help to provide them with an affordable alternative, and they offer serious upside. Continue reading

Top 10 Green Employers

Some of the world’s top employers are also making serious moves when it comes to sustainability. If you’re looking for a job, you might consider these green employers, regardless of your current industry. Continue reading

How buses can save the world

These days, everyone seems to be talking about innovating the transportation sector. Innovation is inherently exciting. Hyperloop? E-scooters? Flying taxis? Pogo sticks?! I’m excited just thinking about it all. Well, maybe not the pogo sticks.

But what if we could drastically reduce carbon emissions with existing technology? Continue reading

Friday energy links: Toyota and Subaru combine forces on EVs

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