JAPAN: Honda Engineering devlops new solar cell to power factories
Honda Engineering, the production engineering subsidiary of Honda Motor based in Sayama, Saitama, has independently developed next generation thin film solar cells using primarily a non-silicon compound material. In a further breakthrough, the company has developed technology enabling mass production of the solar cells. Application of the non-silicon compound results in a lower cost than with materials conventionally used to produce solar cells.
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