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- Nature risk reporting lags far behind climate disclosures, CDP findsThe CDP calls for more comprehensive environmental risk reporting as hundreds of organizations back ISSB’s sustainability disclosure standards.
- Has the shared e-scooter industry finally grown up?Despite setbacks, cities are still embracing shared e-scooters to help get people out of cars.
- Why more big consumer health companies should become B CorpsSponsored: Sanofi Consumer Healthcare North America’s new B Corp certification enables millions of people to take part in the growing global movement for positive change.
- Solving the EV charging problem for multi-unit dwellingsCalifornia startup Orange is targeting a major EV adoption problem — charging in multi-unit dwellings.
- Removing to Net Zero: 5 Carbon Removal Insights for CSOsTo limit global warming and act on the climate emergency, emissions reductions are a priority, but not sufficient. Corporate net zero targets won’t be achieved without carbon removal. Discover 5 strategic insights to harness carbon removal on your company's net zero journey with our downloadable report, "Removing to net zero: 5 carbon removal insights for […]
- Nature risk reporting lags far behind climate disclosures, CDP finds
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Humanity has acknowledged the power of the sun since prehistoric times, awed by the glowing orb whose presence creates day and whose absence plunges the world into darkness.
For all our advances in science and technology, most of the power from the sun still eludes us. NASA reports that we use only one ten-thousandth of the sun’s energy.
Photovoltaic (PV) solar electrical systems offer new and ever-changing ways to harness that energy. The term “photovoltaic” literally means light-electricity.
In 1839, French physicist Edmond Becquerel discovered that sunlight could produce an electric current. Another century would pass before scientists fully understood that this process happens at the atomic level. Albert Einstein’s only Nobel Prize was awarded for his work on the photoelectric effect. By 1958, the space program was using solar cells. Continue reading