Building a Green Future

Solar power has the potential to dramatically redefine the future of electrical energy. However, the solar industry is still relatively new and is working to develop new manufacturing techniques and establish large scale manufacturing capacity necessary to produce low cost solar cells. 


Even though significant investments have been made, the solar industry still requires massive new investments to create much-needed solar cell manufacturing infrastructure. Without government subsidies, solar power still cannot compete effectively with conventional sources of electrical energy.


For solar power to become an effective competitor, a more efficient solar manufacturing process must be implemented – a process that does not sacrifice solar cell efficiencies as manufacturing systems increase in size.


Letter to Shareholders
Technology Development Progress Update
XsunX Moves Closer to Commercializing Its Innovative Technology for the Replacement of Silicon Solar Cells
Completion of Hybrid Chamber Design Represents Significant Milestone

XsunX Invited to Present at International Workshop on CIGS Solar Cell Technology in Germany
Company’s Chief Technology Officer Will Take Stage Alongside Internationally Renowned CIGS Experts

XsunX, Inc. Renewable Energy Alert: February 22, 2010
Falling Price of Solar Panels May Have Silicon Industry Struggling to Compete While Thin-film Market is Poised for Expansion

XsunX Renewable Energy Alert: February 3, 2010
Substantial Additional Government Funds Available for Renewables

XsunX Renewable Energy Alert: Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Feed-in Tariff (FiT) Systems Still New to U.S. Renewable Energy Policy,

CIGS Deposition: A Crucial Challenge

Manufacturers are employing a wide range of evaporation deposition techniques during cell fabrication.

The Solution

XsunX is using its thin-film photovoltaic (TFPV) process knowledge to revolutionize the solar industry by combining state-of-the-art, sophisticated, magnetic media thin-film manufacturing technologies used by the hard disc drive industry with proven thin-film photovoltaic processes.


This mass production, cross-industry technology breakthrough will increase cell efficiency, improve production speeds and yields, and dramatically lower the cost for solar cells. XsunX’s novel approach bridges the gap between inexpensive thin-film and high efficiency silicon wafer technologies to produce solar cells for multiple market segments and a wide variety of applications. The mass production of individual, high performance, flexible solar cells – like solar building blocks – will allow solar power to finally compete effectively against other sources of electrical energy.


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