Advanced Photovoltaic Solar Power Films, The Next Generation A remarkable, new company, Konarka, a solar energy company based in Lowell, Massachusetts, is developing and producing organic thin-film solar photovoltaic films. These photovoltaic films are being printed on an adapted label maker machine. The process is much more cost effect than the traditional method of manufacturing crystalline photovoltaics. Start looking for the cost of solar electric power systems to come down. These new solar energy films could easily …

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  1. #1 by VerticaISmiIe at December 13th, 2008

    I really hate blacks, but Obama is OK.

  2. #2 by danndan6 at February 6th, 2009

    great stuff. get crackin

  3. #3 by Rickdeckard2020 at June 27th, 2009

    300 patents? When new meterials become available a number of companies can make new applications but its a race to who gets patents to prevent everyone else from doing the same thing (sometimes hoarding the tech like chevron is doing with NiMH batteries) instead of a race to manufacture the product. Often many are developping the same technology simoultaneously but the patent/litigation queen wins. The patent system should be abolished or cut down to 2 years max (a head start, not a sit on it).

  4. #4 by NolanWhite at July 22nd, 2009

    Your hanging around the wrond type of black people dude.

  5. #5 by CAJUNNSC at July 25th, 2009

    Okay great, nothing against Massachusetts, a nice place with nice folks. Here’s my question. Why does Massachusetts have such a large number os energy related companies? What about the state of Massachusetts brings this about? I’d like to know. Because I feel all states should be equally involved so why Massachusetts and why not your state too????

  6. #6 by mstaff657 at September 5th, 2009

    Funny PV power still 4 times higher

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