In the days get longer and the days of spring creeping in at night this week, we saw some incredible project to put solar energy to operate the light. Kyocera announced their plans for Japan’s largest solar farm and the French company Areva announced it is developing the largest solar installations in Asia. In other parts of the world, New York City is proud to say that recently tripled the production of solar power and a new study suggests that the United States pulled ahead of China in clean energy generation in the year. We also saw the design for the new solar satellites that can generate sunlight 24/7 and we glimpsed the image of a large array of PV panels topping zHome Figure complexity in Washington. Natcore team blew the scientific community through the creation of the “blackest” of solar cells ever designed, and Panasonic has given us a sneak peek of his glittering, “photosynthesis” ecosystem-installed solar-powered, which will light up the night at the Milan Furniture Fair next week.
Green transport news, Justin blindingly shiny chrome Fisker Karma will be the talk (and wearing their sunglasses), while the former head of R & D on GM predicts that we see these vehicles driverless by 2020. Honda announced it is teaming with Zipcar to provide EVs and hybrids Zipsters and Ferrari has confirmed that the V12 model of the future have a new hybrid system. Finally, SolarWorld who sent us news of their new solar-powered aircraft Elektra, which can fly twice as far as its predecessor.
Intelligent design continues to the world a little better with this kind of innovation that allows the glove vibrates the blind in the intro text and Montessori Mail app, which teaches children the alphabet. We also go back to nature (literally) in translucent bubble tent surrounded by trees, and we see a mysterious man in the form of a statue in the mirror to pop up in a Scottish forest.