SolOptics’ Lens Design Improves Solar Panel Efficiency Up to 12.5%

kristy Greentech

Friday, August 6, 2010

SolOptics’ Lens Design Improves Solar Panel Efficiency Up to 12.5%

Big improvements in solar panel performance with a stick-on texturing process for use on film or glass

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