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Austrian sailor crosses the Atlantic in 4.9m FIPOFIX in 87 days

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Austrian sailor crosses the Atlantic in 4.9m FIPOFIX in 87 days

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This is an extract from an article written by Renate Johns for Sail World on 14th April 2014. The full article can be found here. 'Harald Sedlacek in the 4.0m (16ft) boat that took him across the Atlantic in 87 days'    . It was an extraordinary family affair. The attempt to cross the Atlantic in…

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April 22, 2014

Happy 60th Birthday Solar!

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60 years ago, in 1954, Messrs Pearson, Fuller and Chapin from Bell Laboratories USA announced the invention of the first modern silicon solar cell.  These cells had an efficiency of approximately 6% and were hailed as being able to revolutionise remote power supply. Cell technology and efficiencies have improved greatly since the days of those…

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April 15, 2014