Into the Niche: Putting a Magnifying Glass on PV’s Tiniest Markets

As crystalline silicon (x‐Si) module prices have fallen precipitously over the past few years, thin‐film manufacturers have looked to applications that can leverage thin films’ flexibility, light weight, and aesthetic attributes in exchange for premium prices. These applications – including building...

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