2007 Annual Review: Alternative Energy

This is one in a series of articles on the DuPont 2007 Annual Review. In the DuPont 2007 Annual Review, six of the company’s recent success stories are highlighted.

One of the six focuses on “alternative energy” with the following example:

“DuPont™ Solamet® Conductive Thick Film Materials for Photovoltaics is a new series of DuPont™ Solamet® screen-printable thick film materials enables solar cell manufacturers to significantly reduce their cost per watt by achieving higher cell efficiencies, higher production yields and lower material consumption. The improved power output is a vital advancement for solar energy productivity.”

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600450 2007 Annual Review: Alternative Energy glassonweb.com
Date: 28 April 2008
Source: www.dupont.com

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