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8 Apr
Millions of people across North America will get the chance to experience a very special natural event on Monday when a total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Mexico, the United States and Canada.
31 Mar
Dumped Chinese solar products are flooding the German market, forcing most domestic manufacturers to move abroad or close down. So why is German startup Sunmaxx expanding its production in the country?
29 Mar
Solar-powered cars, the holy grail of e-mobility. A brilliant idea that’s bankrupted companies pursuing it. Can it ever work? REV looks at the obstacles standing in the way of this elusive technology.
23 Dec
Some 90 million Nigerians have no access to electricity. But thanks to solar-powered mini-grids, a growing number of communities in rural areas are now supplied with almost constant power.
25 Oct 2023
A company backed by oil major Shell says it has raised $103 million to build solar mini grids in rural Africa and Asia including a focus on Nigeria and plans to expand into Democratic Republic of Congo.

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