January 10, 2011

Solar Window Technology More Affordable

New Energy Technologies has announced a new type of technology that could be more efficient and lower priced than most solar power tech used today. Solar Window is a liquid, see thru compound that can be applied without a high-vacuum. Developed by a USF physics team, the resulting coating is less than 1/10th thick and uses what they claim are the "world's smallest functional solar cells." Between the lower cost and easier application, we think that NET may soon help make solar energy fit into more energy budgets.

(Thanks, Jerry)

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at January 10, 2011 11:10 AM
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