Research is underway at the University of Toledo to create a high-efficiency, low-cost material that can harness solar energy.
ABB has opened a carbon-neutral production site in Lüdenscheid, Germany, as part of its Mission to Zero project to transition to sustainable energy.
GlobalData says China will lead contributions to the global concentrated solar power market by 2030, with many nations across the world also making significant contributions.
With an idea that started as a joke over morning coffee, a team of researchers has discovered that caffeine can increase the efficiency of perovskite solar cells.
Adelaide's Flinders University will invest $2.4 million in solar and sustainability projects to move closer to its goal of becoming a carbon-positive university.
Barwon Water is cementing its commitment to renewable energy via two major solar projects at its Black Rock Water Reclamation Plant and Wurdee Boluc Water Treatment Plant in Victoria.
Queensland's farmers are keen to adopt renewable energy practices to combat unsustainable electricity price increases.
Assessing damage risk to solar panels in extreme weather conditions, such as high winds and tropical cyclones, is vital to protecting the nation's investment in renewable energy.
A collaborative team of researchers has developed a solar-absorbing ultrathin film that has potential in solar-thermal energy harvesting.
Vast Solar is looking to raise $75 million to help finance its first utility-scale concentrated solar thermal power plant.
Scientists at ANU have made a series of breakthroughs that could revolutionise solar technology.
SA Water has contracted South Australian company Enerven to deploy solar power and energy storage across around 70 of its sites.
On 8 February, the Yackandandah community celebrated a milestone of 1 GWh of renewable energy generated from what is claimed to be one of Australia's first community mini-grids.
A remote village in the mountainous northern region of Thailand now has a reliable power supply thanks to a solar-powered microgrid.
A new trial in Melbourne's north-west will explore how solar energy can better integrate with existing infrastructure via a technical overhaul to the area's energy grid.