Automotive companies plan to use solar to power cars and manufacturing plants

When Toyota decided to integrate a PV module into the Prius in 2009, it sparked the debate as to whether or not integrated solutions can become a significant market for PV manufacturers. Building-integrated PV (BIPV) will be a 1.2 GW market by 2016, but transportation-integrated PV sales have been l...

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