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Photovoltaic cells offer fresh, reversible electricity from the sunlight. made up of semiconductors, they're sturdy, silent in operation and freed from polluting emissions. during this publication, specialists from all sectors of the PV group - fabrics scientists, physicists, creation engineers, economists and environmentalists - provide their serious value determinations of the place the know-how is now and what its customers are.
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