Vortex Energy Sells Stake in U.K. Solar Portfolio

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Vortex Energy Sells Stake in U.K. Solar Portfolio” – below is their description. Sep.17 — Karim Moussa, head of asset management and private equity at Egyptian Financial Group – Hermes Holding Co., discusses the sale of Vortex Energy’s stake in U.K. solar energy portfolio, how they … Read more Vortex Energy Sells Stake in U.K. Solar Portfolio

Astronomers Find Possible Signs of Life in Venus Atmosphere

Bloomberg QuickTake News published this video item, entitled “Astronomers Find Possible Signs of Life in Venus Atmosphere” – below is their description. Astronomers have found a potential signal of life high in the atmosphere of our nearest neighboring planet, Venus. They caution they aren’t certain yet, calling it hints of bizarre microbes living in the … Read more Astronomers Find Possible Signs of Life in Venus Atmosphere

Aerial China: Mega solar farm built on abandoned coal mine

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Aerial China: Mega solar farm built on abandoned coal mine” – below is their description. A massive floating solar farm has been built atop an abandoned coal mine in east China’s Anhui Province. It is a striking sight that shows that coal, as a source of energy, is really … Read more Aerial China: Mega solar farm built on abandoned coal mine

Massive uptake in solar roof panels poses power surge problems | ABC News

ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Massive uptake in solar roof panels poses power surge problems | ABC News” – below is their description. The massive uptake of rooftop solar across the country is leading to an excess of power in the middle of the day. And it’s starting to cause major problems … Read more Massive uptake in solar roof panels poses power surge problems | ABC News

11 Levels of Self-Portraiture: Easy to Complex | WIRED

Artist TM Davy explains how to draw a self-portrait in 11 levels of increasing complexity. Starting off with the ubiquitous “solar head” and moving on to portraits that implement light, shadow and color, TM Davy deftly describes how a drawing evolves through materials and techniques. TM Davy is an New York-based artist and a professor … Read more 11 Levels of Self-Portraiture: Easy to Complex | WIRED

Keiser Report | Central Bank Vomit Fraud | E1587

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the Fed admitting what Keiser Report has warned of for the past ten years: it is Zero Interest Rate Policy forever. As the US central bank promises no interest rate hikes for years to come, they compare it to the vomit fraud hitting … Read more Keiser Report | Central Bank Vomit Fraud | E1587

Outback planet detectives tracking Jupiter’s storms and other planetary changes | ABC News

For Australian star gazers, August is usually their best month of the year when the solar system’s largest planets, Jupiter and Saturn, are clearly on display. Two amateur astronomers in central Queensland’s gemfields are some of about 50 in the world who track changes on the planets from their backyard observatories. Read more here: https://ab.co/2QyjrRk … Read more Outback planet detectives tracking Jupiter’s storms and other planetary changes | ABC News

Exo One – Official Trailer | gamescom 2020

Exo One is an exploration game that takes you outside of our solar system. Use a gravity based movement system to pilot an alien aircraft across alien landscapes. Lose yourself in the sounds and sights of other worlds. Thanks for checking out gamescom 2020 on IGN. Be sure to visit IGN from August 27th through … Read more Exo One – Official Trailer | gamescom 2020

What’s Good This Week

A parachutist launched himself out of a solar powered plane. Senegal’s first female pro surfer inspires other girls to take on the waves. And the world’s oldest Ironman vowed to compete into his 90s. In a week of news, some great stuff happened. Here it is if you missed it. #WhatsGood Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings … Read more What’s Good This Week

World’s first parachute jump from solar-powered plane

Swiss explorer #Raphaël Domjan completed the world’s first jump from a solar-powered aircraft after the plane soared to a height of nearly 1,524 meters. He reached a speed of 150 kilometers per hour during his jump, landing near the project base in Payerne. In 2022, the team aims to carry out a high-altitude flight powered … Read more World’s first parachute jump from solar-powered plane

Parachutist makes world’s first jump from solar-powered plane

A parachutist completed the world’s first jump from a solar-powered aircraft on Tuesday after the plane soared to a height of 1,520 metres (nearly 5,000 ft) over western Switzerland. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled. Get … Read more Parachutist makes world’s first jump from solar-powered plane

The renters getting access to rooftop solar | 7.30

Rooftop solar is booming, but it’s still out of reach for a large number of Australians. If you’re among the one third of Australians renting, or if you live in an apartment, panels may seem impossible. But there are programs trying to change that. For more from ABC News, click here: https://ab.co/2kxYCZY You can watch … Read more The renters getting access to rooftop solar | 7.30

Japan city lights up manhole covers with anime characters

Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube A Japanese city neighbouring Tokyo has turned its manhole covers into illuminations featuring anime characters. The lids light up from 6pm to 2am with solar power, brightening up the pavements between a train station and a new cultural complex in Tokorozawa. Follow us on: Website: https://scmp.com … Read more Japan city lights up manhole covers with anime characters

Are virtual power plants the future of solar energy? | 7.30

As the take up of solar power grows, sharing power locally appears to be the next step. In some apartment blocks are now encouraging residents to sell their unused solar power to their neighbours – while others are trying to create virtual power plants. Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-08-19/virtual-power-plants-the-future-of-solar-power/12570544 For more from ABC News, click here: … Read more Are virtual power plants the future of solar energy? | 7.30

Live: Celebrate the Shoton Festival in Lhasa with the locals不能错过的拉萨雪顿节

When the monks finish their months-long meditation retreat in the summer, they are served by laymen with a banquet featuring yogurt, which is believed to be the origin of the Shoton Festival, also called the Yogurt Banquet Festival. The festival celebrated in Lhasa, the capital city of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, runs from August … Read more Live: Celebrate the Shoton Festival in Lhasa with the locals不能错过的拉萨雪顿节