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Old 03-13-2012, 03:01 PM   #1
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Just read an interesting piece on a new fabrication process of solar cells. No new and unproven materials, just another way of doing it.



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Are you going to be installing solar panels on your van?

I looked into it but can only fit one 65 watt panel which is not worth the trouble.
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Are you going to be installing solar panels on your van?

I looked into it but can only fit one 65 watt panel which is not worth the trouble.
Yes! How, I don't know. Preferred flexible mats, but not enough room. Most regular panels don't really fit. May have to resort to a full roof rack to attach the panels to.

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