What does it take to start using green energy in your life? All you need to have is some determination and knowledge, and this article has plenty of ideas for you to use, as long as you’re ready to implement… Continue Reading
Moore’s Law is the law which states that the number of transistors which can fit on a microchip doubles about every six months. This is why computers have improved so dramatically in the last twenty years. German technology company Siemens… Continue Reading
how are we going to rip guys off when can get almost free power. 100 square miles of hydro solar would do it and add in following no coal mines no co2 no coal ash no Mercury it almost free… Continue Reading
So, for example, if I wanted the specific answer to a more difficult or specialised question which would be known by only a limited number of people, (or if someone did research). An example question might be, who are all… Continue Reading
I was reading an article that stipulated that much of the CO2 issues purported to be reduced were practically negligible when compared to how much CO2 was expelled in their manufacturing. The idea was that many of the attributes of… Continue Reading
How does copper-indium-gallium-selenide compare with other solar technologies. Is DSTI (Daystar) the best way to invest?
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Cheaper Materials Could Be Key To Low-cost Solar Cells ScienceDaily (Feb. 19, 2009) — Unconventional solar cell materials that are as abundant but much less costly than silicon and other semiconductors in use today could substantially reduce the cost of… Continue Reading
FYI, I don’t consider myself an green engineering or financial expert. Would a solar panel that utilized a concentrated solar technique on Nanosolar’s PV film be feasibly cheaper than just PV film alone in a solar panel?
are any of the companies that produce solar technologies (photovoltaics) run their entire operations on solar tech?