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University of Arizona creating cheaper solar power
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13 August 2012
On 13 August 2012 Solar Power Buzz reported:
University of Arizona Professor Roger Angel and his team of researchers are experimenting using solar power collection techniques typically used for thermal solar plants. They're using dish-shaped mirrors called 'The Tracker' to collect the sun's rays to concentrate them on high-performance solar cells. The team has found if they bend the glass to a degree they can focus light on a line or point. The solar cells they're using are the type used for space travel and can convert a wider range of the solar spectrum into electricity than typical cells.
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