Tesla is killing off the ugly solar panel. But there’s one problem. – CNNMoney


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Tesla is killing off the ugly solar panel. But there's one problem.
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Tesla unveiled a beautiful rendition of its solar roofs Friday evening. They're practically indistinguishable from an ordinary roof, but the shingles absorb sunlight to generate electricity for your home and car. The shingles are part of an all-in-one
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Tesla unveils solar roof tiles with hidden photovoltaic cells – E&T magazine


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Tesla unveils solar roof tiles with hidden photovoltaic cells
E&T magazine
Musk reasoned that people building new houses or refurbishing their existing roofs may rather invest into a sleek roof with photovoltaic cells already integrated, instead of building a roof and then covering it with unsightly panels. “We have to make
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ARMOR launches production of flexible photovoltaic films – Engineering Materials


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ARMOR launches production of flexible photovoltaic films
Engineering Materials
After six years of technological partnership with major names in the global chemical industry and an investment of €40million, ARMOR is ready to launch industrial production of a new generation of photovoltaic material. ASCA is a 3rd generation 'low

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Australian solar hot water installations top one million mark – One Step Off The Grid (blog)

Australian solar hot water installations top one million mark
One Step Off The Grid (blog)
The number of solar hot water systems installed in Australia has topped the one million mark, according to the Clean Energy Regulator, but the rate of installation is at its lowest in a decade. The CER said in a statement on Friday that the one

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