The waiting game on new solar tech

A leading global solar conference saw plenty of great ideas on show, but they may take a while to reach the marketplace. Meanwhile, there's more than meets the eye to solar pricing.

The first day of conferences at the Intersolar Munich show was interesting, mainly because it ended with more questions than when it started. This was especially true for the sessions on materials and manufacturing, which were full of great ideas, new concepts, and plenty of reasons why technology should be changing. But when questions were raised as to when, and with what next generation concept the technologies would be implemented, the enthusiasm certainly waned.


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