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What if Fukushima had Leaked Solar Panels?

January 17, 2014

What if all the resources now being used to combat the Fukushima power plant problems were instead being used to install solar panels? Find out how much good for the Earth could have been done with the money and man-power now being used for clean up. Source

Skin Facts for Life

Skin Facts for Life

May 21, 2013

One in five Americans will deliver skin cancer in the course of their life. Skin cancer is serious, and protecting and taking care of your skin is crucial. This infographic explains the damage that sun rays can do to your skin and the importance of sun protection. It also provides more information on ways to […]

Out Like a Light: SAD and the Winter blues

Out Like a Light: SAD and the Winter blues

March 21, 2013

Exploring the correlation between Seasonal Affective Disorder and the low-levels of daylight in winter, this infographic shows just how little daylight office workers receive year-round. On average, most nine-to-fivers in the UK are exposed to less than an hour’s worth of daylight outside their working hours during December: London workers see an hour and one […]

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The Future of Solar Energy

February 4, 2013

Renewable energy continues to be at the forefront of economical and environmental discussions across the globe. GE and JESS3 have partnered to visually tell the story of solar power: its past, present and future. As GE continues to demonstrate its leadership and commitment to renewable energy through its latest solar panel development, it also continues […]

Bringing the Sun

Bringing the Sun’s Rays Inside

September 9, 2012

New technology that transports natural sunlight into the interior of buildings. Source

A Brief History Of Lighting

A Brief History Of Lighting

August 7, 2012

A brief visual history of lighting, from the first light we knew, the Sun, to the ultramodern flexible organic LED. Source

Tapping The Sun

Tapping The Sun’s Energy

July 24, 2012

In this illustration of solar energy systems, you can see exactly how the sun’s energy is converted into electricity that is usable by your home or business. Follow the path of energy from the sun, through the pv panels, its conversion to AC electricity by the inverter and finally into the utility grid. Take a […]

How Does Solar Power Work? - Photovoltaics Explained

How Does Solar Power Work? – Photovoltaics Explained

June 7, 2012

We all know that the sun’s light contains energy. Here shows how does solar power work starting from stage 1 up to Creating usable solar power. Check out the process! Source

Solar Panels

Solar Panels

June 2, 2012

Thanks to attractive government rebates, Europe is leading the world in producing and implementing the use of solar panels. Find out which countries are producing the most and putting these energy-sustaining electricity generators to use. Source

Everything Under the Sun

Everything Under the Sun

May 25, 2012

That burning ball of fire also known as the sun is responsible for sunburns, melted ice cream and flowering plants. That burning ball or center star of our universe is also a great resource for energy. This infographic examines all things sunny and highlights some fun facts about solar energy and the sun. Source