Solar Panels Photos on Townhall

  •  - Solar panels are placed atop a mock house of Sekisui House in Yokohama, near Tokyo

    Solar panels are placed atop a mock house of Sekisui House in Yokohama, near Tokyo

    Posted: 6/17/2012 11:02:13 PM EST
    Solar panels are placed atop a mock house of Sekisui House, one of Japan's largest home builders, in Yokohama, near Tokyo June 13, 2012. Japan approved on June 18, 2012 incentives for renewable energy that could unleash billions of dollars in clean-energy investment and help the world's third-biggest economy shift away from a reliance on nuclear power after the Fukushima disaster. Picture taken June 13, 2012. To match ENERGY-RENEWABLES/JAPAN/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki

    A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki

    Posted: 6/17/2012 10:50:15 PM EST
    A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo July 6, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
  •  - A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki

    A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki

    Posted: 6/17/2012 10:50:15 PM EST
    A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo July 6, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
  •  - A dove flies over solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo

    A dove flies over solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo

    Posted: 6/17/2012 10:49:16 PM EST
    A dove flies over solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo June 13, 2012. Japan approved on June 18, 2012 incentives for renewable energy that could unleash billions of dollars in clean-energy investment and help the world's third-biggest economy shift away from a reliance on nuclear power after the Fukushima disaster. Picture taken June 13, 2012. To match ENERGY-RENEWABLES/JAPAN/ Picture taken June 13, 2012. To match ENERGY-RENEWABLES/JAPAN REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
  •  - Power lines are seen in front of solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki

    Power lines are seen in front of solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki

    Posted: 6/17/2012 10:49:08 PM EST
    Power lines are seen in front of solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo June 13, 2012. Japan approved on June 18, 2012 incentives for renewable energy that could unleash billions of dollars in clean-energy investment and help the world's third-biggest economy shift away from a reliance on nuclear power after the Fukushima disaster. Picture taken June 13, 2012. To match ENERGY-RENEWABLES/JAPAN/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki

    A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki

    Posted: 6/17/2012 10:40:45 PM EST
    A worker checks solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo July 6, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
  •  - An employee walks between rows of solar panels at a solar power plant on the outskirts of Dunhuang

    An employee walks between rows of solar panels at a solar power plant on the outskirts of Dunhuang

    Posted: 5/30/2012 11:49:09 AM EST
    An employee walks between rows of solar panels at a solar power plant on the outskirts of Dunhuang, Gansu province June 10, 2011. REUTERS/Stringer
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    Posted: 5/25/2012 4:45:46 AM EST
    This computer generated image provided by SpaceX shows their Dragon spacecraft with solar panels deployed. The world's first private supply ship flew tantalizingly close to the International Space Station on Thursday, May 24, 2012 but did not stop, completing a critical test in advance of the actual docking scheduled for Friday, May 25, 2012. (AP Photo/SpaceX)
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    Posted: 5/23/2012 10:22:50 AM EST
    A Saudi man walks on a street past a field of solar panels at the King Abdulaziz city of Sciences and Technology, Al-Oyeynah Research Station, May 21, 2012. Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, may finally be getting serious about overcoming the technical and financial hurdles for tapping its other main resource: sunshine. Saudi Arabia wants to generate much more solar power as it lacks coal or enough natural gas output to meet rapidly rising power demand. Doing so would allow it to slash the volume of oil it burns in power plants bankrolled by billions of dollars worth of saved oil earnings. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/ REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
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    To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/

    Posted: 5/23/2012 10:22:20 AM EST
    A Saudi man walks on a street past a field of solar panels at the King Abdulaziz city of Sciences and Technology, Al-Oyeynah Research Station May 21, 2012. Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, may finally be getting serious about overcoming the technical and financial hurdles for tapping its other main resource: sunshine. Saudi Arabia wants to generate much more solar power as it lacks coal or enough natural gas output to meet rapidly rising power demand. Doing so would allow it to slash the volume of oil it burns in power plants bankrolled by billions of dollars worth of saved oil earnings. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/ REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 5/18/2012 10:05:47 AM EST
    FILE - In this Nov. 10, 2011 file photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, a worker fixes a solar panel at a factory in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province. The Obama administration moved Thursday, May 17, 2012 to impose stiff new tariffs on solar panels made in China, finding that Chinese companies are improperly flooding the U.S. market with government-subsidized products. (AP Photo/Xinhua, Liang Xiaopeng, File) NO SALES
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    Posted: 5/18/2012 10:05:46 AM EST
    FILE - In this Nov. 18, 2011 file photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, Chinese work on the production line at a solar panel factory of the Eoplly New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. in Nantong City, east China's Jiangsu Province. The Obama administration moved Thursday, May 17, 2012 to impose stiff new tariffs on solar panels made in China, finding that Chinese companies are improperly flooding the U.S. market with government-subsidized products. (AP Photo/Xinhua, Xu Congjun, File) NO SALES
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    Posted: 5/18/2012 10:05:46 AM EST
    In this photo taken Wednesday March 21, 2012, Chinese workers assemble solar panels at a manufacturer of photovoltaic products in Huaibei in central China's Anhui province. China's government on Friday, May 18, 2012, rejected a U.S. antidumping ruling against its makers of solar power equipment and Chinese manufacturers warned proposed punitive tariffs might hurt efforts to promote clean energy. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT
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    Posted: 5/18/2012 10:05:46 AM EST
    In this photo taken Wednesday March 21, 2012, Chinese workers examine solar panels at a manufacturer of photovoltaic products in Huaibei in central China's Anhui province. China's government on Friday, May 18, 2012, rejected a U.S. antidumping ruling against its makers of solar power equipment and Chinese manufacturers warned proposed punitive tariffs might hurt efforts to promote clean energy. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT
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    Posted: 5/3/2012 4:20:46 AM EST
    In this Tuesday, May 1, 2012 photo, a commuter train passing by is seen through a gap at the bottom of a wall of solar panels attached to a new building of the Tokyo Institute of Technologies in Tokyo. A total of 4,500 solar panels covering the roof and two walls of the university's Environment and Energy Innovation Building can provide sufficient quantity of electricity for the building's own consumption. Another long, stupefyingly hot summer is looming for Japan just as it shuts down its last operating nuclear power reactor, worsening a squeeze on electricity and adding urgency to calls for a green energy revolution. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
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    Posted: 5/3/2012 4:20:46 AM EST
    In this Wednesday, May 2, 2012 photo, solar panels cover the 11-hectare compound of the Ukishima Solar Power Station in Kawasaki near Tokyo. The new plant, jointly run by Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) and Kawasaki City, generates enough electricity to fulfill the consumption of 2,100 households. Another long, stupefyingly hot summer is looming for Japan just as it shuts down its last operating nuclear power reactor, worsening a squeeze on electricity and adding urgency to calls for a green energy revolution. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
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    Posted: 5/3/2012 4:20:46 AM EST
    In this Wednesday, May 2, 2012 photo, solar panels cover the 11-hectare compound of the Ukishima Solar Power Station in Kawasaki near Tokyo. The new plant, jointly run by Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) and Kawasaki City, generates enough electricity to fulfill the consumption of 2,100 households. Another long, stupefyingly hot summer is looming for Japan just as it shuts down its last operating nuclear power reactor, worsening a squeeze on electricity and adding urgency to calls for a green energy revolution. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
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    Posted: 5/3/2012 4:20:45 AM EST
    In this Tuesday, May 1, 2012 photo, a commuter train passes by a new building of the Tokyo Institute of Technologies covered by 4,500 solar panels in Tokyo. The panels covering the roof and two walls of the university's Environment and Energy Innovation Building can provide sufficient quantity of electricity for the building's own consumption. Another long, stupefyingly hot summer is looming for Japan just as it shuts down its last operating nuclear power reactor, worsening a squeeze on electricity and adding urgency to calls for a green energy revolution. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
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    Posted: 4/29/2012 5:50:46 PM EST
    Ricardo Dimanche, center, director of the tiny radio station Radio Zereda, which translates as Radio Peace and which is powered by solar panels and was partially built with U.S. funds to transmit its message, works at the station in Obo, Central African Republic, Sunday, April 29, 2012. Obo was the first place in the Central African Republic that Joseph Kony's Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked in 2008 and today it's one of four forward operating locations where U.S. special forces have paired up with local troops and Ugandan soldiers to seek out Kony. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
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    Posted: 4/26/2012 5:35:46 PM EST
    This April 24, 2012 photo shows SunPower Corp. solar panels at the office of Consolidated Solar Technologies in Albuquerque, N.M. The Navajo community of To'Hajiilee has signed an agreement with SunPower to develop a 30-megawatt photovoltaic array west of Albuquerque using the same technology. (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan) (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan)