World Largest Thin Film Solar panel


5.7m square Applied Material showcase

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  1. #1 by ecidragon at August 27th, 2008

    Too bad they are using traditional silicon technology. If they were to use this with the new nanosolar tech they really would have something.

  2. #2 by ToadHypno at November 26th, 2008

    Its starting to bug me, the tech is way beyond this, its like records, 8 tracks, tapes, CDs, mp3 on mem sticks all comming out at the same time, solar power will be paint or a roofing tile in 2 years max, skip this shit and work on a DC infristucture, for the home energy market, rev meters, storage, production etc.

  3. #3 by vegasstudent at January 12th, 2009

    Forget the solar farm . . . . how about my house?! Make it affordable for the homeowner.

  4. #4 by MasterTxJ at January 18th, 2009

    …Yea these people are stuck in the past.

  5. #5 by iIiWARHEADiIi at April 7th, 2009

    I want loon on this solar farm after rain with ice

  6. #6 by dennisgunn at July 13th, 2009

    OK, so where are the nanosolar installations? I have been trying to follow the nanosolar story but they do not have a product they sell to consumers, and I have not seen evidence of any commercial installations either. I want to believe they are for real but I am starting to have doubts.

  7. #7 by CAJUNNSC at July 19th, 2009

    Yes for residential. These farms may be great but you still aren’t energy independent. Utility companies will still have control. Go GREEN on your own home and achieve energy independence.

  8. #8 by AlumniWeaver at August 11th, 2009

    What is loon?

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