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December 24th, 2007

Israeli nanotech invention provides green electricity

Abstract:
In life, it's usually the big things that get our attention. But sometimes, says Barry Breen, it's the small things that end up making a big difference in our lives. And in the case of Breen's company, Jerusalem-based Orionsolar, we're talking real small. Nano small.

Orionsolar's nanotechnology based solar power cells could have a big impact - on energy conservation, global warming, and your home electric bill. In fact, the company's innovative developments in the area of solar technology will change not only the way you and I get our electrical power, according to Breen; but also bring the magic of electricity to people who, until now, have never had the opportunity to turn the lights on in their own homes.

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