Global solar photovoltaic industry is likely now a net energy producer, Stanford researchers find
Despite its rapid growth rate, the photovoltaic power industry is producing - or is on the cusp of producing - a net energy benefit for society, Stanford researchers say.
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#1 Apr 4, 2013
The energy used to produce solar panels is intense. The initial step in producing the silicon at the heart of most panels is to melt silica rock at 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit using electricity, commonly from coal-fired power plants.
Much like the same to produce the material for your Auto refer, bridges and so on. Well the scientific science fiction people said many weeks ago that the solar panels are absorbing the heat energy from the sun so we should be going back into global cooling.
#3 Apr 5, 2013
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