Making flexible solar cells with better material could allow Rayton to manufacture panels at a fraction of the current price, unlocking a host of potential applications and making solar affordable to the masses. Download Article
When solar becomes more affordable, it will help address some of the skepticism renewable energy has faced as a reliable alternative to fossil fuels.
Rayton Solar Investment Update: Particle Accelerator to Arrive Soon
Rayton Solar is awaiting delivery of a particle accelerator from Phoenix Nuclear Labs to its new headquarters located in “Silicon Beach” i.e. Santa Monica, California. There, the initial phase I, in-house pilot line production of solar cell electronics will begin. In the interim, we continue to make progress by investing in research and development. We will continue to test this valuable, cost-effective ion implantation technology in future solar applications, in solar-powered cars and, eventually, utility-scale solar projects across the country. This valuable technology also leaves the door open to manufacturing solar cells comprised of varying solar semiconductor materials.
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Solar and other renewable energy sources continue to expand, yet collectively they still account for barely 12 percent of all the electricity that the world consumes.
As you see in the video, Rayton’s proprietary particle accelerator solar technology uses just a sliver of the expensive raw material needed make high-efficiency solar panels—including the super-semiconductor gallium arsenide enabling us to reduce the cost substantially and bringing solar power charging to various electronics.