South Australia (SA) has achieved a global milestone with 100 percent of the state’s energy coming from solar panels for over an hour.
A U.S. solar telescope released its first images of the sun’s surface with unprecedented details.
An international team led by Chinese astronomers shed light on a mystery in solar physics.
Stanford scientists devised a way to generate hydrogen fuel from seawater using solar power, showing a new possibility to produce the clean energy that emit no carbon dioxide.
An Israeli study said on Tuesday that plants adjust their photosynthesis level to changes in the intensity of sunlight.
American researchers may find a new material that allows more efficient conversion of sunlight into electricity than the traditional silicon, which can lead to next-generation solar cells in coming years.
A team led by scientists at Australia’s Curtin University have created a much cheaper and environmentally friendly way of turning solar energy into clean fuels like hydrogen.
Chinese scientists developed a window material with thin, see-through solar cells that could turn window into miniature electricity generators.