When it comes to speeding up the renewable energy transition, satellites can play a crucial role. We've taken a look at a few case studies that show us how.
The Syria Solar project aims to equip hospitals in Syria with solar systems to ensure that the local population can get medical care around the clock - even when conventional energy supplies are scarce and the power goes down.
A group of collaborators at MIT have come up with a remote assessment platform for rooftop solar that allows any community in the world to discover - and exploit - their underlying solar resource potential.
This summer, the world's second solar-powered train will go into operation - taking hundreds of tourists on a scenic trip through Argentina, and eventually on towards Bolivia and Peru, all the way to Machu Picchu.
A Portuguese startup has created a plug and play photovoltaic system that makes it easier than ever for people to become solar energy producers.
A road surface that generates electricity from sunlight, absorbs noise, breaks down nitrogen oxides, defrosts ice in winter, provides valuable data and supplies electric vehicles with electricity. Sound too good to be true? It's true, and it's here.
SunCycles is supplying Namibia with the latest in sustainable transportation - the country's first ever fleet of solar-powered e-bikes.
A team of engineers and architects has developed a paving system that turns footpaths and public furniture into solar energy producers.