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Really really bad and misleading headline...

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Think, if something is 21% efficient, can you build something 1000 Times better? That is what this headline seems to indicate, only to find in the story that these new crystals are 1000 times better than the original crystal that was not very useful or efficient. What the article does not say is what is the actual conversion percentage for the new crystal...the 1000 times is NOT a comparison to current PV panels which is the way it is being portrayed in the media.

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PJ Davis on Jul 22, 2021

Great perspective as always Doug. Well put.

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