Photocatalyst Bi2wo is developing solar cell technology for large-scale commercial use in the form of photovoltaic cells.Bi2 will build its technology in partnership with Panasonic and Siemens, and it is targeting the commercialization of its technology for use in photoventure projects in the United States.The company's technology is expected to be commercialized in 2018, according to the company'...
A few years ago, the world of renewable energy was in the grip of a long, slow decline.
At that time, it seemed as though renewables would take over the world.
It was the dawn of the 21st century.
But a new, more promising era of renewable power is on the horizon.
The last decade has seen a rapid expansion of the renewable energy sector.
And it has been accompanied by an even more rapid growth of the solar industry.
Renewables are the future.
The technology is the future, but the technology itself is still in its infancy.
There are two primary factors that are likely to be driving this exponential growth of renewable technologies.
First, the cost of solar and wind is dropping.
Renewable energy technologies have the potential to deliver a lot of cheap, clean, reliable, and reliable energy for a long time.
But the price of solar technology is going to come down.
Second, the demand for clean energy is increasing rapidly.
Renewed energy has become more affordable and more accessible than ever.
For the first time, the average American can afford to be an energy user, even if they are not currently making their own energy.
This exponential growth is also bringing new opportunities.
Solar power is the most powerful, cheapest, and efficient source of renewable electricity.
It provides more than 50 percent of the US electricity, and it is the leading source of clean power in the country.
Solar and wind are increasingly becoming the cheapest, easiest, and most reliable sources of electricity for the American people.
That is a big deal.
But for many years, the solar and the wind have been in competition with each other, and they have been the only sources of reliable power for the US.
In the last decade, the two technologies have become far more competitive.
Solar has been gaining market share in recent years, while wind is still a small player in the electricity markets.
But it’s not just wind.
We are also seeing a new surge of energy efficiency.
The cost of new solar panels has dropped by 80 percent since 2005.
New wind turbines are on the way, too.
And in 2018, the US government announced that it is ending subsidies for solar.
Solar is making a comeback, but there are many other renewable technologies that are gaining momentum too.
The number of projects under construction in the United States has nearly doubled since 2005, with many more coming on line every year.
And the pace of new energy projects is increasing at an astonishing rate.
There is a new generation of energy technologies that can be harnessed to solve problems of global scale, and to improve our lives for the next several decades.
Solar power has a lot going for it, and renewable energy has a ton of potential.
It’s time to look forward, not backward.