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The government’s energy research agency is spending $30 million to demonstrate cheap solar power that’s available day and night.
NREL shows that Corning’s Willow glass can be used to make flexible solar cells that could be installed in place of roofing shingles.
Using computers to virtually test new molecules could lead to new types of solar cells.
First Solar’s strong finances are helping fund innovation and drive down the cost of solar power.
Sol Voltaics plans to make a nanowire-laden ink to boost solar panel efficiency using a rapid manufacturing process.
With no one buying new equipment, solar companies are looking to make the best of existing technology.
Researchers describe a way to make solar cells that can be applied like stickers to different surfaces, broadening applications.