When it comes to slicing up wafer-thin panels, knives and saws are no match for protons.
We finally found a material that can let light travel through it even while it absorbs some of the light's energy.
Utility-grade solar power fell to six cents per kilowatt-hour, according to the Dept. of Energy.
The plan involves a delicate dance between solar, hydroelectric sources, and natural gas.
It will be the size of 40 soccer fields and feature 80,000 solar panels.
The imprint reduces the solar panel’s efficiency by about 2 percent.
This is one action taken by one man...and it's powering half a town.
And the world was never the same.
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