The announcement of a new anti-circumvention investigation brings the US solar industry closer to what has been described as a worst-case scenario for companies that account for 80% of the count
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By Cynthia Lawrence pub
We’ve all been hearing a lot about solar energy lately, but there really is much left unsaid. I offer here a three-part article which should clarify reality for the confused and or indifferent
It's all about the airflow
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Calgary, Canada-based ZeroSound has reportedly developed a product to reduce hazardous siren noise inside the cab of emergency vehicles by 55% to 75%.
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BALTIMORE — Austin Hays knew his old office was getting a revamp. The left field wall at Camden Yards – his turf – was moving back nearly 30 feet, its height raised by nearly 13 feet. But
French company Céléwatt energized its 250 kW ground-mounted array, built with mounting structures made of raw oak wood.
The solar panels are installed on a raw wood structure, sourced fr