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A Lesson from the Wind and the Sun Paul Golata
Gather round and let me tell you a story about the power of the wind and sun. These are gifts for us to enjoy. ADI is leading the way for humanity to harness their collective power through energy storage systems

A Breakthrough for Increasing Organic Solar Cell Conductivity Mouser Staff
An accidental discovery at the University of Michigan has turned the sleepy world of organic solar cells upside down. It turns out that electrons can go farther in organic materials, making these materials a far more efficient conduit of electrical current.

Tax Reform Keeps the Sun Shining on Solar Energy David Wagman
Inverters, connectors, and panels may be the hardware that delivers solar energy to homeowners and utility giants alike, but it’s the tax breaks that often justify installing solar energy in the first place. How will the late 2017 US tax reforms affect the solar industry as a whole?

Microgrid Vision Stalls but Smart Automation Offers Reboot Steven Keeping
Microgrids are the key to integrating green energy. But engineers must embrace smart grid technologies before the hype becomes reality.

You’ve Got Mail: Branching Out Beyond The Arduino, Part 2 Mike Parks
We’re going to jump right in with this blog post. If you haven’t done so already I highly encourage you to read this article about an automated mailbox delivery project I recently completed. Also check out the first blog post in this series that discussed some key lessons learned, including the importance of reading the manual and some thoughts on open source software

You’ve Got Mail: Branching Out Beyond The Arduino, Part I Mike Parks
In a recent article published last month titled Solar Energy Harvesting Project to Power a Remote MSP430 with 2.4GHz Notification, we tried to inspire designers and makers that have limited experience outside of the Arduino microcontroller platform to explore different platforms typically used by more seasoned design engineers.

THAT Doesn’t Need Circuit Protection! Kelly Casey
How many times have I heard that line? In future I’ll discuss the different classes of clients that circuit protection device manufacturers serve. But right now I’d like to offer up a real-world example of an application that most folks would never dream would benefit from circuit protection: Solar-powered walkway LED lights.

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