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Scientists use nanoscale architecture to make efficient solar cell

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Boston College researchers report their - nanocoax' technology can support a highly efficient thin film solar cell.

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Solarman

Indio, CA

#1 Jun 9, 2010
If you could form this stuff up into sheets and roll it out on home roof top, even at 8% efficiency you could generate a lot of power. You would not necessarily have to make sure the solar product was on a south facing roof, it could be the whole roof. With sheet or roll printing technology, you could produce KW of electricity for pennies.

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