Solar Panels Are Getting As Thin As A Human Hair Via New Technology And Prove More Efficient In Low-Light Areas; Solar Integrated Roofing Corp. (OTC PINK: SIRC) Soaring As Solar Panels Innovate


Solar panels are getting as thin as a human hair via new technology and they prove more efficient in low-light areas. Solar Integrated Roofing Corp. (OTC PINK: SIRC) soars as solar panels innovate with new technology. After the initial issue of solar panel tariffs, the panels themselves are being ‘reinvented’ with new technology that makes them thinner and more efficient, especially in low-light areas. That means opportunity for SIRC growth. features specialized coverage of related stocks in the solar, roofing, EV charging stations and battery charging energy industry such as Solar Integrated Roofing Corp. (OTC PINK: SIRC), Sunburn, Inc. (NASDAQ: RUN), Blink Charging Co. (NASDAQ: BLNK), Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA), GM (NYSE: GM), SolarEdge Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: SEDG), First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR), SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR), Gibraltar Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: ROCK), Spartan Acquisition Corp. II (NYSE: SPRQ). and Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: CSIQ).

Just as innovations in electric batteries are changing the energy of all-electric vehicles, solar panels are undergoing a post-tariff revolution in their low-light efficiency. They are also becoming hair-thin as new technology is focused on their ability to turn sunlight into energy that power the home, street signs and other commercial facilities in alternative energy. All of this spells increased opportunity for Solar Integrated Roofing Corp. (OTC PINK: SIRC) and other companies in the green industry.

An article in Popular Science magazine details the new efficiencies of hair-thin solar panels. They are described as thin, flexible and more efficient in low-light areas than mono-crystalline panels. They are also simple to install and can have a lower profile than other solar panel types, it says.

Currently, about 90% of solar panels are made from crystalline silicon. As their use has been mandated and spread, the cost of solar panels has dropped about 30% per year. As a result, installations have outpaced earlier estimates — despite all the post-tariff shortages globally.

Even technical schools such as MIT agree that the thinner solar panels are really better than conventional ones. Just as batteries for EV vehicles are bringing new  efficiency to cars/SUVs and trucks, the thinner solar panels are changing this industry for the better. It is also creating new opportunities for companies within the industry, such as SIRC.

The US Energy Department estimates that 40% of all US electricity could be generated by solar by 2030. The result could also be 1.5 million jobs.

Source: Stock Market Press

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