What semiconductors famously did for computers and digital communication, they now promise to do for solar energy. Bring more efficiency, speed and lighter weight.
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Some brave Angelenos will be working on nano-tech for combatting global warming. Yes, right there amid freeways and palpable smog and all the gas-burning cars in Los Angeles, some engineers will be using federal money to find nano-ways to more efficiently capture solar energy.
Long live the king? Hardly, he's been hung by the neck until dead.
Courtesy GT Solar.There may be an interesting green tech IPO this year, recession or no.
Parts of Africa have an abundance of solar energy. Remember that NOAA gobalmap we showed you?