Post Profile

Crowdfunding campaign wants to make solar panels less ugly

An Italian company has started making PV material that can pass for stone, concrete and wood The Italian company Dyaqua is getting ready to launch a crowdfunding campaign for what it’s dubbed “Invisible Solar”—a new technology invented by the company to create innovative solar modules that can take the appearance of the various building materials. Earlier this year, Dyaqua started manufacturing a terra cotta photovoltaic product called Rooftile that was marketed for its natural look.
read more


Related Posts

Evergreen Solar Launches New Solar Panels That Are Ready For The Beach

Business & Finance : Alarm:Clock

Not only can Evergreen Solar’s (ESLR: NASDAQ) panels withstand heavy snow and high winds, the company can now add coastal climates issues to the list of environmental conditions. Evergreen Solar’s ES-A series features the company’s ...

This Startup Is Replacing Phone And Tablet Batteries With Invisible Solar Panels

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

We're starting to get used to the idea of solar energy panels on top of houses and buildings, but one startup called Ubiquitous Energy is looking at a new way of applying solar technology. The company is developing transparent solar...

Making Solar Panels with an Ion Cannon

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Ecogeek

Twin Creeks Technologies has announced a new method to make less expensive solar cells. While we see many new ways of making cheap solar panels, most of these methods focus on producing panels with alternative materials rather than ...

Applied Materials unveil new manufacturing tech for more efficient solar panels

Technology : Venture Beat

Applied Materials, a provider of manufacturing equipment for solar panel manufacturers, unveiled a new manufacturing process that would give solar panel manufacturers the ability to make more efficient solar panels. The Baccini Pega...

There will be blood: Solar shakeout expected to slash solar makers by 70%

Technology : Gigaom

While opportunities abound for solar installers, marketers and service companies, the companies that make solar wafers, cells and panels will face an ugly crunch in 2013. There will be 70 percent less of these firms by the end of 20...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC