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electrical device consisting of a large array of connected solar cells

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Sharp began research into solar cells in 1959 and since then has built up technologies and know-how as well as earned a reputation for reliability.
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LG Electronics (LG), has decided to convert its A1 plasma panel-manufacturing line in Gumi, Korea, into a solar cell production line and invest $160 million by 2010 to establish two production lines.
Within the rapidly expanding marketplace for solar power, thin-film solar cells are forecast to be the lowest costing solar cells available, and as such, many companies from various industries are rapidly becoming involved,'' the companies said.
Researchers first turned to semiconducting plastics to devise solar cells because such materials are cheaper to produce than silicon, the main ingredient of conventional solar cells, and are more flexible.
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have created a joint venture (JV) to make Gen IV solar cells.
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