Nanosolar Begins Utility Panel Output

One of the more intriguing players on the solar stage finally unveiled a bit more of its plans to dominate the solar market. Backed by a group of high-profile investors that includes Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Nanosolar, San Jose, Calif., first tantalized solar enthusiasts in 2006 with a glimpse of its innovative thin-film photovoltaic cells, which could be printed with a proprietary ink on inexpensive metal foil.

The company has offered few details on its progress

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