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Life on Earth may have originated in deep-sea vents

Life on Earth may have originated in deep-sea vents

16 Apr 2014

Washington: According to a new study, naturally produced electrical energy inside the balmy , tender springs of the sea floor might have given rise to life on Earth.

Electrical energy,   Life on Earth,   NASA,   Earth's oceans,   acidic fluids ,  
Google buys <strong>solar</strong>-powered drone maker Titan Aerospace

Google buys solar-powered drone maker Titan Aerospace

15 Apr 2014

New York: Google on Monday announced that it is acquiring Titan Aerospace, a maker of solar-powered drones that could be used to boost Internet access to remote areas.

Google ,   Titan Aerospace,   Internet access,   Project Loon,   solar-powered vehicles,   geostationary satellites,   ,  
New insights into light harvesting boost for <strong>solar</strong> future

New insights into light harvesting boost for solar future

17 Feb 2014

New York: A new promising approach in understanding the basic mechanisms of light harvesting could help improve the design and efficiency of devices like solar cells in the future.

solar energy,   renewable sources of energy,   solar cells,   light harvesting,   Stanford University,  
Wildlife Trust of India distributes <strong>solar</strong> <strong>energy</strong> equipments in Arunachal Pradesh

Wildlife Trust of India distributes solar energy equipments in Arunachal Pradesh

21 Jan 2014

Itanagar: The Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) in collaboration with Arunachal Pradesh Environment and Forest department has distributed solar energy equipments to 25,000 households in Mayudia to meet power crisis in the village.

Wildlife Trust of India,   WTI,   Arunachal Pradesh,   solar energy,   solar equipments ,  
<strong>Solar</strong>-powered Internet access set to broaden reach of web

Solar-powered Internet access set to broaden reach of web

11 Apr 2014

London: Internet access fuelled by solar power could soon be a reality. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have developed technology that enables solar panels to detect broadband signals, allowing data to be transmitted on the world wide web using daylight.

Solar power,   internet,   world wide web,   wireless communications,   Edinburgh,  
India, UAE to cooperate for renewable <strong>energy</strong>

India, UAE to cooperate for renewable energy

20 Jan 2014

New Delhi: India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have signed an agreement to enhance cooperation in renewable energy, especially in the areas of solar and wind power.

India,   UAE,   solar energy,   wind energy,   Farooq Abdullah,   Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber,  
Cheating case cannot be quashed because few were paid back: Kerala HC

Cheating case cannot be quashed because few were paid back: Kerala HC

07 Dec 2013

Kochi: The Kerala High Court observed that cheating cases against Saritha S Nair and Biju Radhakrishnan, accused in the Solar Panel scam, cannot be quashed merely because they had paid back some of the amounts to those whom they had cheated.

Kerala HC,   Solar Panel scam,   Solar scam,   solar energy,   Kerala,  
Rajasthan sought <strong>solar</strong> power but got 'damad' power: Modi

Rajasthan sought solar power but got 'damad' power: Modi

07 Apr 2014

Pali (Rajasthan): Targeting Congress over Robert Vadra's controversial land deals in Rajasthan, Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Monday said that farmers' land was acquired in the name of solar power plant but instead the state got 'damad (son-in-law) power'.

Narendra Modi,   Robert Vadra,   Vadra lands deals,   BJP,   Congress,   Lok Sabha elections,   Modi rally,   Modi on Vadra,  
Global <strong>solar</strong> capacity addition to touch 43,000 MW next year

Global solar capacity addition to touch 43,000 MW next year

19 Dec 2013

New Delhi: Solar power generation capacity addition is projected to be around 43,000 MW worldwide in 2014 as many countries including China plan to ramp up capacities, says a report.

solar power,   global solar power,   solar energy capacity,   Mercom Capital Group,   China,  
Delhi Metro to tap <strong>solar</strong> <strong>energy</strong> for power requirements

Delhi Metro to tap solar energy for power requirements

17 Sep 2013

New Delhi: The Delhi Metro would soon be partially fulfilling its power requirements with solar energy, officials said on Tuesday. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to execute renewable solar power projects in its premises.

Delhi Metro,   Delhi Metro Rail Corporation,   Memorandum of Understanding,   Solar power,   Delhi Metro network,  

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