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  • Dec 23, 2020

I keep saying that solar will revolutionise our energy world and this is one of the reasons why...continuing technology innovation and a massive jump in solar efficiencies because of companies like Oxford PV 

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Matt Chester on Dec 23, 2020

How much additional energy production (and, importantly, monetization) would this bring for new panels compared with the state of the art already on the market? 

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Mark Silverstone on Dec 28, 2020

Sounds too good to be true.  Virtually doubling the electricity generated per sq. ft. of solar, if I understand correctly. More details please!

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Jim Stack on Dec 29, 2020

Most important is how long will the cells/ panel last at that high rate? IE most panels now last 25 to 50 years. 

  Also how much does each panel cost with this new technology? 


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