Energy News: "Copper indium gallium selenide" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue ... nor the assembly line, according to News.com. The composition is intended to make solar panels that are slightly less efficient, but much less expensive, then traditional crystalline silicon panels. Problem is, there are as many problems with manufacturuing this technology as there are start-ups hoping to take the lead.
Solar Manufacturing Not So Bright
Tue, 05/22/2007 - 7:31am