(December 30, 2010 - M2 PressWIRE) -- Advancements in solar cell technology are creating an influx of new market opportunities, according to "Emerging Solar Cell Technologies" a report from Energy Business Reports. This report reveals the profit potential behind emerging solar PV technologies and profiles the major solar technology companies.
"Expanding the solar power industry in the U.S. can create new jobs, reduce carbon pollution and save consumers money," says U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu. This report "Emerging Solar Cell Technologies" details the latest technologies, companies, and case studies in the emerging solar power technology industry.
The report is designed to help solar business leaders stay competitive by providing details on over 20 emerging solar PV technologies, and profiles of 53 solar industry manufacturers. Solar PV technologies covered include:
- Plasmonic Solar Cells
- Photoelectrochemical Cells
- String Ribbon Solar Cells
- Hybrid Solar Cells
- Polymer Solar Cells
- Carbon Nanotubes
- Thin Film Solar Cells
- Cadmium Telluride
- Dye-Sensitized Thin Film Solar Cells
- Quantum Dot Solar Cells
- Miniature Solar Cells
- Organic Photovoltaics
- Nanowire Solar Cells
- Quantum Well Solar Cells
- Flexible Solar Cells
- Nanostructured Coating Nanoplasmonic Solar Cells
- Holographic Solar Concentrator Technology
- Silicon Foil Solar
"China and other countries are moving aggressively to capture the lead in the solar PV market," says Secretary Chu. "Given the enormous economic opportunities in clean energy, it's time for America to do what we do best: innovate."
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