Berlin: Springer, 2004, provides a deep information on the topic by giving information about the low cost solar cells.
Poortmans, Jef and Arkhipov, Vladimir. Thin Film Solar Cells: Fabrication, Characterization and Applications. London: John Wiley and Sons, 2006, provides the knowledge for the research topic by giving knowledge about the manufacturing process and the materials utilized in low cost solar photovoltaic cells.
Solanki, Chetan Singh. Solar Photovoltaics: Fundamentals Technologies and Applications. New Delhi: PHI Learning, 2009 gives information about the solar technologies and the different applications of the solar technology.
Worthington, David. New Solar Technology Could Be Mass Produced. Smart Planet, 2011. Retrieved on 4 December 2011 from http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/intelligent-energy/new-solar-technology-could-be-mass-produced/5672, gives the ideas how the cost of the solar technology can be reduced and how the efficiency of the solar technology can be enhanced.
As the energy resources are consumed on a large scale, the demand for the energy is increasing and the energy generated by the fossil fuel has not the capability to generate the energy from harmful fumes and green house gases. In this way, the energy produced by burning the fossil fuel resources is denies the theories of sustainability. For this reason, the utilization of environment friendly technology is needed for the future and solar technology has enough potential to promise the uninterrupted power for the future. Solar energy has the potential to provide the technology for the future. Solar photovoltaic technology can convert the direct solar energy into electrical power and the solar thermal technology converts the water into steam and then utilized the steam turbine to extract the energy from the steam and convert it to electrical energy. Thin film solar photovoltaic cells can be produces at massive level utilizing the