Companies band together to pursue brightest renewable energy ideas

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Bright Minds Challenge will ask the public to help search for scientists with the best ideas for scaling renewable energy solutions, with a focus on solar and energy storage

A new global consortium has launched a competition to hunt out the best ideas for developing and delivering scalable clean energy technologies that could enable the production of '100 per cent renewable...

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