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  • 1. NANOSOLAR POWERSHEET
  • 2. Why It’s Cool It’s Better, Faster, and Cheaperthan conventional solar panels.
  • 3. Better More versatile and durable than conventionalsolar panels Can be placed in many more places under moreconditions.
  • 4. Faster Printed like a newspaper instead of assembled Less time to install
  • 5. Cheaper Costs less to manufacture and only $0.30/watt toproduce electricity, versus $3/watt forconventional solar panels, and $1/watt for coal. Maintenance and installation costs are lower aswell.
  • 6. How It’s Made The sheet is made of 5 layers in 3easy steps An aluminum foil is pressed out forthe bottom layer A thin layer of the elementmolybdenum is printed onto this foillayer Another press is used to cover itwith 3 more layers consisting of asemiconducting ink, a P/N junctionlayer, and a zinc oxide electrodeconducting layer.
  • 7. How It Works Light passes to the middlesemiconducting ink layer,which breaks up theelectrons. The molybdenum on thefourth layer acts as anelectrode, and as the endof the circuit. The second layer is a P/Njunction, which conductsthe electrons through tothe top layer. The top layer conducts theelectrons and work as thebeginning of the circuit.
  • 8. Uses Can be placed nearly anywhereRooftops, Cars, Laptops, Cell Phones, etc. Help develop 2ndand 3rdworld countriesIt’s cheap, durable, and soon will be a plentiful source ofelectricity

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