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  • It’s time to give children a safe, emission-free ride to school

It’s time to give children a safe, emission-free ride to school

05/09/2019

As global populations continue to leave rural settings to flock to metropolitan centers, it has become increasingly clear that cities must focus on the development of sustainable communities, including the use of energy-efficient, clean energy technologies and zero-emission transportation. 

  • Nuclear or Solar energy?

Nuclear or Solar energy?

25/07/2019

Massive energy disasters of the past few decades were a serious and bitter lesson for humanity. The great disaster of April 26, 1986, in Chernobyl and Fukushima 1 nuclear plant disaster on March 11, 2011, took human lives, poisoned the environment, thus causing numerous health hazards for people, flora and fauna.

  • Meeting with Nooor - Armenian Blockchain Association

Meeting with Nooor - Armenian Blockchain Association

08/07/2019

Solar Group's executive director, Aleksandr Grigoryan and Nooor - Armenian Blockchain Аssociation held a productive meeting in Solar Group.

  • Charging stations for electric cars

Charging stations for electric cars

03/07/2019

Electromobiles are considered to be cars of the future, which enhances their popularity on a daily basis. The acquisition of solar energy and the installation of powerful solar plants increased the demand for electrical machines and, therefore, vehicle charging stations even more.

  • GERMANY HAS BUILT A VILLAGE WHOSE BUILDINGS PRODUCE MORE ENERGY THAN THEY CONSUME

GERMANY HAS BUILT A VILLAGE WHOSE BUILDINGS PRODUCE MORE ENERGY THAN THEY CONSUME

20/06/2019

In Germany, in the outskirts of Augsburg (Bavaria), a settlement was built with a positive energy balance, which means that the buildings of the settlement produce more energy than they consume.

  • How to Protect Solar Panels from damage?

How to Protect Solar Panels from damage?

20/06/2019

Have you ever wondered what could damage your solar cells or panels? People try to protect their solar panels from wind, adverse weather or dust, without thinking about the greatest danger.