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re: Solar module vendor gets $20M in funding
yalanand   7/3/2011 5:55:56 PM
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After the tragic events that happened in Japan demand for renewable energy source especially demand for solar energy is back.

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re: Solar module vendor gets $20M in funding
QWESTER   7/2/2011 3:26:44 AM
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This is extremely important now that many are dumping nuclear energy. HCPV is far more scaleable than flat panel collectors. Two square meters of collection surface has approximately 1 kilowatt of incident thermal energy of which 40 percent can be easily converted to electricity and for stored heated medium and electiric power during dark time (Also for domestic hot water between midnight and sunrise + 2 hours.



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