17 Dec '11, 2pm

Breakthrough could double solar energy output - Care2 News Network

Saturday December 17, 2011, 3:21 am We can only hope that this pans out - I read a lot of science news, and it's all to common for some technological innovation to be called the next big thing, only to die out after some issue or another proves to be too big of an obsticle to make it practical. So I'm really, really hoping that this turns out to be as revolutionary a breaktrhough as it seems - we could really use such an efficiency boost on solar energy. I'm optimistic thought that whether through this, or some other avenue of research, solar energy will eventually become efficient enough to become a significant option in many parts of the world for replacing a significant amount of fossil fuel use. I just hope radical advances happen sooner, rathen than later - maybe this is one of those hoped for advances. Time will tell. send green star | flag as inappropriate Why is th...

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