We are using proprietary technology to produce the world's thinnest mono crystalline silicon. We expect to see a 60% drop in the cost of a solar panel. Our team comes from The University of California at Los Angeles, and has decades of experience in Particle Accelerator Physics and Materials Science.
Mono crystalline silicon produces the most efficient single silicon panels, but it is expensive to make and consists of thick brittle wafers. With our technology we can reduce the thickness by an order of magnitude and create a mono crystalline silicon that is more similar to CdTe or CIGS thin film semiconductors. We can do this without sacrificing the high efficiency of mono crystalline. Additionally mono crystalline silicon is non-toxic to the environment, unlike existing thin films.