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AM Solar Ask Us about the 30% Solar Tax Credit Our line of products are unique in the RV market. If we can't find some item already made to fit a need, then we'll have it custom built if necessary. As our knowledge and experience increases, our products evolve accordingly. So, check back once in a while to see what's new. We test our products in actual use on RVs to make sure they are appropriate. We also have a fully functioning Solar Powered Demonstration Board where you can see each of our controllers in action, along with three different monitors and a 2000 watt Magnum Inverter. We offer complete systems that are engineered for use on RVs and supply you with all the appropriate components you will need to have a successful experience the first time out. If something should go wrong, we'll work with you until it's right and are completely satisfied or we'll give you your money back. Have a look at our products and systems, then give us a call if you seek some help or clarification.

Oxford Photovoltaic Oxford PV has pioneered the development of perovskite thin-film solar cells, which can be printed directly onto glass to produce a transparent, coloured coating. Once integrated into the glazing units of a building, the technology is capable of providing a significant percentage of the building’s electrical energy requirements directly from solar power. By employing well known and understood printing processes focussed on inexpensive and abundant raw materials, Oxford PV has developed a highly cost-effective technology that it will license to glass manufacturers and processors. Prototypes of its new Meso-Superstructured Solar Cells (MSSC) have already achieved a new conversion efficiency record for the technology of 17% (February 2014). Significantly, these results were achieved without using Mesoporous Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) as a semiconductor, resulting in higher levels of efficiency, much lower processing temperatures and improved cell stability.