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Operations Coordinator Marketscale

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  • Jan 25, 2019

The silicon in solar panels have hit their peak in efficiency and scientists are trying to find new materials that can garner more of the suns rays. The challenge now is finding materials that can increase efficiency in combination with silicon that are cost-effective and stable. MarketScale's most recent podcast dives into this subject and the future of fusion energy. What are your thoughts on this topic? 



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Matt Chester on Jan 25, 2019

It definitely seems like efficiencies are reaching their peak & it's a matter of getting the costs down to continue the progress-- eager to find the time to listen to the podcast and find out more..

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