To CleanTechnica, a new film developed by HyperSolar, a Californian company, could halve the costs of solar panels and boost their efficiency by 300 percent. The film would replace the sheet of glass currently used with solar PV panels.
“With HyperSolar as the top layer, manufacturers can use significantly fewer solar cells in the production of solar panels, thereby dramatically reducing the cost per watt of electricity. We believe this is a revolutionary way to make solar panels.”
Here is another technology promised to a bright future if it reaches the markets soon enough. I would personally use it to cut by three the amounts of panels used to bring electricity… What about you ?