Robert Castellano’s Solar Panel Processing discusses solar cell technology including theory of operation, efficiency, materials, research on silicon processing, thin-film processing, polymer processing, nanoparticle processing, and transparent conductors. The handbook presents detailed descriptions of thin film processing of amorphous silicon, CdTe, CIGS, and GaAs panels. This handbook examines traditional crystalline and thin film photovoltaic fabrication and operation. The Solar Panel Processing study of thin films in energy presents current and emerging technologies for various types of solar cells, details the industry structure of each segment, discusses the competitive environment of each type of energy, and reviews current and future applications for thin films. The book will be of interest to those who make solar cells, semiconductors and their manufacturing equipment, thin films, materials, chemicals and gases.