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Sunny South Africa takes full advantage of its natural resource. Continue reading â†’
Pebbles absorb sunlight during the day and glow at night. Continue reading
Dutch company SolaRoad officially opened the world's first solar roadway.
The cost of solar power is on the verge of catching up with conventional electricity, report two new studies. Continue reading â†’
The eTree converts sunlight into useful energy for public spaces. Continue reading â†’
The fuel will help power the more than 6,000 new airplanes expected to be built by 2033 in China to accommodate the growing demand of travelers. Continue reading â†’
An MIT competition hands out $10,000 to 15 high school science teams. Continue reading â†’
Unlike nuclear fission, fusion reactors do not generate heaps of radioactive waste.
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