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BioSolar, Inc. (OTCBB:BSRC) reports that surging oil prices have resulted in unprecedented price hikes in photovoltaic solar module manufacturing, creating substantial growth opportunities for BioSolar.
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Evolution Solar Corp. (Pink Sheets: EVSO) has entered into negotiations to acquire a Hong Kong corporation specializing in R&D and procurement.
By Matt Nauman, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Jun. 17--The profit potential of solar energy continues to draw big-name players, and on Monday Intel and IBM joined the field. Intel said it has spun off a new company called SpectraWatt to make photovoltaic cells for solar modules.
Semiconductor major Intel has spun-off key assets of a start-up business effort inside its New Business Initiatives group to form an independent solar photovoltaic cell manufacturing company called SpectraWatt.
A new approach is able to create a dramatic improvement in cheap solar cells now being developed in laboratories.
A shortage of silicon, a key material in making solar panels, is slowing the growth of the solar energy sector but the problem is set to ease by 2008, executives told a conference.
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