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Extremely cool conical solar PV panels, from V3 Solar, capture a great deal more solar radiation than flat-panel PVs…

Grist

Over time I’ve grown more and more suspicious of stories about breakthrough technologies. I always think back to those heady days of EEStor, the guys who were going to make a battery that would revolutionize grid storage and electric cars alike. “EEStor CEO says game-changing energy storage device coming by 2010”! As you may have noticed, 2010 came and went and the game remains unchanged.

All of which is to say, regarding the post to follow: caveat lector.

Still, this looks very, very cool.

CleanTechnica has an exclusive on a new solar technology that claims to be able to produce power with a levelized cost of energy (LCOE) of 8¢/kWh. That is mind-boggling, “two-thirds the price of retail electricity and over 3 times cheaper than current solar technology.” If the claim proves to be true (and a lot can happen between prototype and mass manufacturing), it…

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This entry was posted on 19 March 2013 by in Environmental Sustainability.

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Rampant consumerism.
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Unsustainable business practices.
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Extensive environmental degradation and biodiversity loss.
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Climate change.
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