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Sunshine Solar Green

Updated on July 6, 2013

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Sunshine Solar Green

Sunshine Solar Green

Volume 2, Issue 18, July 6, 2013

Solar is rapidly moving into an optimally rapid succession of strides into a technological quantum leap of new solar powered energy and is making new development strides in Nano- technology, where enjoining the use of anti-freeze or radiator coolant is being used to manufacturer a new solar cell. The efficiency level is turned up the volume on technology into using a less expensive coolant based solar cell that could transfer energy more efficiently, effectively, and less expensively into electrical energy. The use of less toxic compounds (copper zinc tin sulfide) using the anti-freeze coolant to make wafer thin solar cells is putting the photovoltaic solar cell made of silicon and the grapheme or molybdenum disulfide solar cells prices vary from 275 times higher expense rate than the zinc solar cell is to produce. The current use of these new cells involves Nano-particles where processes that can ultimately take a full day to generate energy in a reactor or generator are moving the construction and production of energy into a quantum mode of efficiency. This project is being supported by the collaborative efforts of the Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry, OSU and several academic institutions supported primarily by the National Science Foundation.

At present, there are other solar cells being developed that involve a polymer based composition or plastic that is also less expensive than the silicon solar cells to produce Dr. Andrew Parnell of the University of Sheffield is developing this very cheap and inexpensive solar cell which is over a thousand times thinner than the width of a human hair. With this information about how thin this solar cell is to produce, it is not hard to imagine the weight being as light as a feather and the structural placement being less in space and range.

Believe it or not solar energy has been around before the turn of the century in the 1800’s and while the first solar panel only yielded 1% efficiency when it was invented by Charles Fritts who noticed the photovoltaic effect experiment with solid electrodes dipped in gold. Russell Ohl was the first inventor of the silicon solar cell in 1941; then in 1954 three American researchers Gerald Pearson, Calvin Fuller and Daryl Chapin were able to create a solar panel that increased efficiency to 6% with direct sunlight (

The new revolutionary enjoining of coolant or anti-freeze is very promising and the effectiveness of a solar panel made of this material is much greater than its predecessor the silicon solar panel. In addition, the space to install the panels has decreased because they are available in a film that is lighter than a feather which results in a greater capacity to produce electricity without more panels to install. So here we are in 2013 some centuries later producing a solar panel that has a 275 times lesser expense rate and a higher electricity yield than its predecessor the silicon solar panel at a rate of 20.4% higher yields in converting energy to electricity. What is most remarkable is that this new form of film or flexible polymer solar panel can be spread like lacquering a piece of wood and it converts to electricity. It forms a foil over the surface where it is spread and converts energy. These remarkable innovations are part of the new century and part of the new quantum minds who are taking a quantum leap with solar and its industry.

The solar industry has taken a dramatic step into the most futuristic sets of how it could be used and spread onto a surface that it could be used almost anywhere and on almost any type of surface both in the interior and exterior of the home and in businesses.


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      5 years ago

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