Barcelona is trialling Spain’s first photovoltaic pavement as part of the city’s carbon-neutral initiatives, with an evaluation of the system over six months to assess the potential of rolling solar pavements out across the city. The company providing the solar paving is Platio Solar, which touts the durability, efficacy, and simplicity of its system as an effective proposition for helping cities go green.
Also next issue, we investigate how Saudi Arabia's investments in solar power could have geopolitical implications and consider what the standards for clean power should be.
Plus, we look at how renewable power can be incorporated into planned cities, hear from Carbon Neutral Energy about its new energy storage solution, and dive into Synhelion and Wood's partnership to develop solar fuel.
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