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Friday, July 11, 2008

Organic Solar

I continue to read this with utter disbelief ... apparently some people over at MIT invented a thin film of organic material than can improve the efficiencies of PVC cells by an order of magnitude. This would make electrical generation by solar energy *far less expensive than coal*.

The timeline on this is only 3 years, and they claim they'll only need 1-2 million dollars to launch. You don't have to be a scientist to realize the ramifications of this. The research is published, and seems well presented.

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