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January 6th, 2006

Sun will shine, as will solar power

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Our sunless stretch makes it hard to get fired up about solar technology, but in the midst of a gray day in the first week of 2006, I'm still hopeful that the sun will come through for us in a big way this year, especially so after reading what the folks at Wake Forest University's Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials are promising us.

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