Best of Earth2Tech: Sputtering Solar, Tony Blair & Tesla Timeline

May 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Eco, Green

This week we’re thrilled bring you the Best of Earth2Tech , a new feature that will highlight the most interesting news about green entrepreneurs and innovators that the folks at Earth2Tech covered. Startup MiaSole makes thin sheets of cheap solar by sputtering chemicals onto a thin roll of steel, using a similar technique to how potato chip bag makers get that silver coating inside the bag. It’s one of the cheapest methods around, and while the startup has gotten a bad rap in the past, it’s now shipping products to customers.

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Best of Earth2Tech: Sputtering Solar, Tony Blair & Tesla Timeline

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