Purdue Research to Make Solar Energy in Indiana More Viable Option--WBAA
September 29, 2008
WEST LAFAYETTE, IN (2008-09-29) Indiana's expert on electricity consumption thinks solar energy has to be more cost-effective for it to compete with current fuel sources.
State Utility Forecasting Group Director Doug Gotham says it costs about twice as much to get electricity from solar power than coal. He made the comments during testimony to the state's Regulatory Flexibility Committee. Gotham says researchers at Purdue are examining how to make photovoltaic cells less expensive.
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Spero Energy Inc., whose technology could make biofuel production more efficient and creates high-value, renewable chemicals used in the flavor and fragrance industry, has been awarded a $50,000 grant.Read Full Story