Next Generation of Cheap Solar Cells


****Since all the comments seem to be either 100% positive or 100% negative about this solar technology i would like to clear up some some misconceptions. First of all I’d imagine that takes years to set up the the precision equipment for 2 of the largest solar panel manufacturing plants in the world and be able to print solar photo cells as fast as newspaper. After the plant was completed in 2007 the first focus was on commercial uses and their first costumers where municipal utility companies. This sounds to me like a good business tactic to help you establish a successful business from the start. Next they started offering it to electrical contractors as part of a beta testing process so they can work out the kinks that arise from scaling down their panels from large commercial ones to the ones that you can use on your house. That is where were at today. After the beta testing they will start offering them to the general public. Their website even has a place to enter your email address to be notified when this technology will be available to you the home owner. Its a process and that apparently some people out there believe happens over night. This company immediately got more financial backing then needed. Google is one of the biggest investors so I believe its all legitimate. There are two benefits from the use of alternative energy. It will save you money but also it means that energy produced is done so with out creating pollution. This is good for everybody. Even

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  1. #1 by ohnedich42 at July 13th, 2010

    @doodr do you have a web site?

  2. #2 by monstercameron at July 16th, 2010

    how are silicon wafers so expensive if silicon derived from sand is so abundant?

  3. #3 by williamxxx40 at July 23rd, 2010

    Organized Crime (AKA Oil companies and our own government) are buying all the companies that produce solar panels in order to charge hundreds of times the cost of production of these panels. They don’t want us to have free energy, they want to make sure solar energy is never available to the public at prices that make sense. This is all a fraud. Wake-up America!

  4. #4 by clciphery at July 26th, 2010

    where is this …its been out for 4 years..and you still cant find it

  5. #5 by DanFrederiksen at July 27th, 2010

    if it’s so easy to make howcome nothing is for sale…
    assholes
    I hate my law of smooth transitions. somehow no disrupting technology is ever allowed to come to pass. OLED has been known as long as LCD but they are still feeding us the crappy LCD when OLED is vastly better in every way. and this is so easy and cheap to make and they sell us bullshit lies that it takes time to scale production???
    a super succesful business and they can’t expand? yeah right

  6. #6 by foonty at August 2nd, 2010

    @monstercameron tey are ultra pure and the processing costs a lot of money!

  7. #7 by henrykay01 at August 8th, 2010

    I invented a breakthrough source of energy, which contradicts the law of conservation of energy. I have a PROOF that there are electrodynamic phenomena which contradict the law of energy conservation. It will cost about $1200 to make a 6 kW generator in mass production. Value of the energy produced yearly about $5400. I am looking for $300 000 for a prototype and for $3M for patents.
    H. Tomasz Grzybowski
    tel. +48-512-933-540

  8. #8 by henrykay01 at August 8th, 2010

    I invented a breakthrough source of energy, which contradicts the law of conservation of energy. I have a PROOF that there are electrodynamic phenomena which contradict the law of energy conservation. It will cost about $1200 to make a 6 kW generator in mass production. Value of the energy produced yearly about $5400. I am looking for $300 000 for a prototype and for $3M for patents.
    H. Tomasz Grzybowski
    tel. +48-512-933-540

  9. #9 by Sicj at August 10th, 2010

    @monstercameron … the process to make it cost money.. (man, materials, research and investment) you answered your own question.

  10. #10 by Sicj at August 10th, 2010

    @foonty #lol damn it.. i didnt see that comment.

  11. #11 by beancube2010 at August 11th, 2010

    If they can be print it onto a water pipe sitting in a parabolic trough sunlight collector, water inside the pipe can cool off the solar cells and become preheated for water tanks while the solar cells generating electricity.

  12. #12 by WDPlumbing at August 14th, 2010

    @rush3734 The panels lay flat, you can’t see them from their website images, but use google maps and you can clearly see them.

  13. #13 by rush3734 at August 17th, 2010

    @WDPlumbing

  14. #14 by syyenergy7 at August 18th, 2010

    @williamxxx40 You’re 100% right. And the other angle is:::::> They will TAX SUNLIGHT when it becomes popular. Sounds crazy? The Amoebaecans will accept that. just like everything else.

  15. #15 by apollo103 at August 18th, 2010

    @clciphery – This Company caters to large power companies only. The power companies would like to keep us connected to the grid so they can keep draining our wallets. The oil companies want to keep us connected to the pipelines to do the same. T Boone Pickens would like for us to trade the oil pipeline for a gas pipeline (another pipeline). The oil and power companies are buying up any technology as fast as its released and the only way you and I are going to cut the cord, is to diy.

  16. #16 by jackmaclase at August 19th, 2010

    Solar cells shoved on “X-ray solar cell – baterie s?oneczne” can have any shape because of method of production. Until now it works with x-rays but we are working for extending electromagnetic wavelength. Production of them is extremely cheap.

  17. #17 by jackmaclase at August 19th, 2010

    Solar cells shoved on “X-ray solar cell – baterie s?oneczne” can have any shape because of method of production. Until now it works with x-rays but we are working for extending electromagnetic wavelength. Production of them is extremely cheap.

  18. #18 by 71jak at August 19th, 2010

    where can i oftain this kind of product are there availiable on the market already?

  19. #19 by MrIMtube at August 22nd, 2010

    When come to Brasil?

  20. #20 by JohnnyRadiohead at August 24th, 2010

    all this reminged me of was an inside joke from my 9th grade english class. phosphorous indium gallium sulfur. think about it.

  21. #21 by ThePocketPcMan at August 30th, 2010

    I am in Australia and i just got some of these cells from a company in Florida on ebay! I had no idea that they would be these new very thin light cells and am stoked
    theres a link to the ebay store on my blog urbangreensurvival.blogspot DOT com

  22. #22 by samron138 at September 1st, 2010

    @stonecoldjason Some of us NEED larger vehicles. We don’t want them, we NEED them! Some of us have equipment to carry, others are handicapped and need the extra room for wheel chairs, etc. If I could get all of our film equipment in a small car, I’d much rather drive that! But there’s just no way to get broadcast cameras, lighting, sound, and associated equipment, plus a small crew into a little car. Lighten up until you know the whole story.

  23. #23 by scooterss2112 at September 11th, 2010

    Just like with any industry, the better,the more money they want. I have no desire to believe this. Just like with digital information. IE:Internet. All it has done is go WAY up in price for cable and phones.When will we ever learn.This solor technology is for rich people, the people that need it the least, and it will always be that way. Also, they need CHEAP ass battery CELLS to store it with. Inverters and circuit boxes to integrate into home circuits. Its horrible expensive.

  24. #24 by communistjesus at September 16th, 2010

    China has announced it is getting into the biz.. Before you know it, you will be able to purchase these at your local Wal Mart.. hahaha Wal Mart… Well , I do not know f they will be sold there,, However, I WOULD NOT BE SURPRISED if they sold them in the future

  25. #25 by telewebservices at September 21st, 2010

    what about health/environment hazard, are these materials safe for use?
    if it will be used large scale i am sure a lot of this will end up in our environment, nano – can be cancerous.

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