Solar

Solar may refer to:

Astronomy

  • Of or relating to the Sun
    • A solar telescope is a special purpose telescope used to observe the Sun
    • A device that utilizes solar energy (e.g. "solar panels")
    • Solar calendar, a calendar whose dates indicate the position of the earth on its revolution around the sun
  • A solar telescope is a special purpose telescope used to observe the Sun
  • A device that utilizes solar energy (e.g. "solar panels")
  • Solar calendar, a calendar whose dates indicate the position of the earth on its revolution around the sun
  • Solar Maximum Mission, a satellite
  • SOLAR (ISS), an observatory on International Space Station
  • Other uses

  • Solar (Taeyang album), 2010
  • Solar (Red Garland album), 1962
  • Solar (comics), an American fictional comic book character
  • "Solar" (composition), attributed to Miles Davis
  • Solar (novel), by Ian McEwan
  • Solar (room), a place in many medieval homes
  • Solar, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
  • Solar, Erode, India
  • Solar, Iran
  • Solar 2, a 2011 video game
  • Solar Entertainment Corporation, a Philippines television and radio media company
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    Masdar and EDF venture Emerge to use solar energy at SeaWorld Abu Dhabi theme park

    The National 06 Jul 2022
    Alpha Dhabi's W Solar to invest in 2,000MW Libyan renewable energy project ... In May, the Emirates Water and Electricity Company invited companies to submit expressions of interest for a new solar project in Abu Dhabi's Al Ajban area, which aims to become one of the world's largest with a total power generating capacity of 1,500 megawatts....
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    RETC Names Trina Solar ‘Overall High Achiever’ For Vertex 670W Series Modules’ Outstanding Reliability, Performance ...

    MENA FN 06 Jul 2022
    (MENAFN - Fekra Communications) Dubai, United Arab Emirates – July 06. Trina Solar has been recognized as an –Overall High Achiever– in the PV Module Index Report 2022 published by the independent ... ....
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    Emirati investor reveals plans for 500 MW of solar in Libya

    PV Magazine 29 Jun 2022
    Alpha Dhabi Holding has signaled its intent to develop up to 2 GW of solar in Libya, with the power to be bought by a state-owned utility ... Separately, the Emirates News Agency reported this week that the projects would have 25-year lifetimes, but it did not provide a timeline or indicate where the Alpha Dhabi solar capacity would be developed....
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    Alpha Dhabi 'W Solar' To Invest In Libya Renewable Energy

    MENA FN 27 Jun 2022
    (MENAFN - Emirates News Agency (WAM)) ABU DHABI, 27th June, 2022 (WAM) -- 'W Solar' Investment, an investment company in the renewables energy industry and a subsidiary of Alpha Dhabi Holding, ... ....
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    Oil, gas are on our minds but not for long

    Herald Mail 27 Jun 2022
    Ten years ago, everyone was fretting about a jobless recovery ... Yet recessions can be a self-fulfilling prophecy ... fossil fuels ... If you are looking for perhaps the most sophisticated renewable energy project in the world you will find it at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park located in, wait for it, the United Arab Emirates ... Gov ... .......
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    DEWA files patent for new redox flow battery tech

    PV Magazine 20 Jun 2022
    DEWA's R&D center is located at the massive 5 GW Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. The facility, which spans 4,400 square meters, is the biggest solar testing and certification facility in the United Arab Emirates ... It has also built a solar-powered hydrogen electrolysis facility at the solar park....

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