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Michael Popp and Yi Liang developed an online decision support software tool to help growers assess whether solar is feasible for their farms

Poultry producers considering use of renewable energy in their operations will have a free tool this fall to help them determine whether solar is right for them.

Yi Liang, associate professor of biological and agricultural engineering and a researcher in the Center of Excellence for Poultry Science, conducted solar energy research in 2021 on an Arkansas poultry production operation and found it offered significant savings.

The poultry grower saved more than 90 percent off his annual electricity expense, Liang said. He paid only account charges — between $15 and $25 per month — in 11 out of 12 months of utility bills in 2021.

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Source: University of Arkansas News

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University of Cambridge Researchers have designed lightweight, flexible devices that use solar technology to convert light into fuel.

Cargo ships could one day be powered by ‘artificial leaves’ floating out at sea.

University of Cambridge Researchers have designed lightweight, flexible devices that use solar technology to convert light into fuel.

At just 1mm thick, the ultra-thin ‘leaves’ can float on water – and could eventually go “almost anywhere,” according to study lead Professor Erwin Reisner.

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Source: euronews

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