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PV Efficiency Grows As Utilities Try to Control Solar Spread

There are 1 comment on the Clean Energy Authority story from Oct 29, 2013, titled PV Efficiency Grows As Utilities Try to Control Solar Spread. In it, Clean Energy Authority reports that:

The race for the world's most efficient solar cells got a step closer to 50 percent efficiency as one group reached a new world-record for efficiency.

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La Quinta, CA

#1 Oct 29, 2013
"Such proposals are being tossed around, even as interest in solar is increasing. A study recently published by the Center for American Progress (CAP) found that the middle class is leading the way for solar adoption. The new study looked at residential solar in three leading U.S. states, Arizona, California and New Jersey. It found the majority of solar installations are on homes owned by people who make between $40,000 and $90,000 annually."

The middle class has figured out that 30K on the roof is a better return on the money than 30K in the bank at that whopping 1% interest.

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