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Under the right circumstances, solar cells from Semprius could produce power more cheaply than fossil fuels
via nextbigfuture

This past winter, a startup called Semprius set an important record for solar energy: it showed that its solar panels can convert nearly 34 percent of the light that hits them into electricity. Semprius says its technology, once scaled up, is so efficient that in some places, it could soon make electricity cheaply enough to compete with power plants fueled by coal and natural gas. 

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