Hot claims for solar power future

DEVELOPED countries could be generating more electricity from sunlight than from nuclear power within the next 20 years. Writing in the latest issue of Nature Materials, Keith Barnham, a physicist and expert in solar cells at Imperial College London, claims that Germany is capable of increasing its solar-cell power output from less than a gigawatt at the moment to 12 gigawatts by 2012. Japan is planning to expand its output from 1.1 gigawatt in 2004 to 100 gigawatts by 2030. If the UK were similarly ambitious, it could replace its 12 gigawatts of nuclear power with solar power by 2023,
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