Solar cells: ten cents a watt
Solar cells: ten cents a watt
Existing solar cells that use silicon semiconductors cost around "$2.30 to generate one watt of electricity," whereas this group's solution costs just ten cents per watt. Better yet, plans are already in motion to increase efficiency up to 15-percent, after which we could see these things hitting the marketplace at large "by 2012."
More info in Technlogy Review.

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Anonymous says:

ok cool where can i buy them???

posted on Fri, 10/26/2007 - 6:33pm

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