U.S. Department of Energy sets goal to cut solar costs by 60% within next 10 years Part of this commitment includes advancing development of perovskites and CdTe thin films.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced an ambitious new target to cut the cost of solar energy by 60% within the next ten years, in addition to nearly $128 million in funding to lower costs, improve performance and speed the deployment of solar energy technologies. These investments support the Biden-Harris Administration’s climate goals and…

The post U.S. Department of Energy sets goal to cut solar costs by 60% within next 10 years <br><span style=’color:#404040;font-weight:600;font-size:15px;’>Part of this commitment includes advancing development of perovskites and CdTe thin films.</span> appeared first on Solar Power World.

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