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The Solar Pocket Factory. Micro-solar manufacturing that is better, cheaper, and local.

August 21, 2012 in Solar

From some of the same guys that brought Humdinger (micro-wind) and B-Squares (portable solar), comes the Solar Pocket Factory, a mini ‘solar factory’ for fabricating and assembling micro-solar products better and cheaper – and can be located anywhere.   Micro-solar refers to solar cells for low-power applications like phone-charging and LED lighting – applications which are useful for […]

1366 Technologies. Solar manufacturing for the 21st century.

November 1, 2011 in Solar

If you know anything about the solar industry (which is likely more than I do), you’ve probably heard of 1366 Technologies.  Based in Lexington, MA and named after the solar constant (not a street address like 1369, one my favorite Cambridge coffeeshops), 1366 has developed a novel manufacturing technique to produce silicon wafers by casting (in […]