The television reporter, wearing white laboratory coveralls and a hairnet, stands in the futuristic “clean room” of a Silicon Valley high-tech start-up company.
“It’s the power behind more efficient, more profitable solar panels,” he announces earnestly. “We’ll take you inside the Silicon Valley start-up getting all sorts of ink . . . ” he pauses, then looks at the bottle of dark liquid in his hands, “for its ink!”
Cut to images of a solar cell manufacturing line followed by shots of vast landscapes of solar panels deployed in various locations worldwide.
“The solar cell business is hot,” explains ...