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HelioVolt claims CIGS solar efficiency mark

There's a race to produce solar cells from CIGS that approach silicon's efficiency. HelioVolt says it's getting there--and fast.

By May 11, 2008

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HelioVolt selects Texas for its first CIGS plant

You've heard about them for years, but CIGS solar cells are finally coming to market.

By December 19, 2007

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HelioVolt raises more cash

CIGS aren't on the market yet, but there's a lot of money floating around. And the Miasole layoff rumors aren't true, says company.

By October 21, 2007

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Green news harvest: Exxon CEO calls for carbon tax

In a first, the CEO of the oil giant calls for a carbon tax, rather than a cap and trade. Meanwhile, small solar start-ups HelioVolt and Spectrawatt hit hurdles.

By January 9, 2009

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Coming to a mall near you: Power-generating windows

Thin-film solar company HelioVolt signs on Architectural Glass & Aluminum to build curtain walls, or large windows, with integrated solar cells.

By May 6, 2008

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CIGS companies eye building-integrated photovoltaics

Thin-film solar power companies want to integrate solar cells with buildings, but they still have a way to go.

By May 16, 2008

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Miasole apparently going with layoffs after all

Solar-cell vendor has laid off 40 employees, according to a report. If true, it would cap off a tough year for the once-hot CIGS vendor.

By December 20, 2007

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EV maker Bright Auto goes dark, blasts stalled DOE loan

Bright Automotive was counting on a U.S. government loan to build a factory for its hybrid utility van, but after three years of waiting, it's forced to shut down.

By March 2, 2012

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Nanosolar touts 1 gigawatt solar cell machine

Nanosolar's production machine can turn out 100 feet of cells per minute, making it more cost-effective than existing manufacturing techniques, the company claims.

By June 18, 2008

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IBM boosts solar cell made of abundant materials

Researchers achieve efficiency gains with cell that uses "earth-abundant" materials. Cheaper thin-film cells rely on comparatively rare or costly metals.

By February 11, 2010