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Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center launches Clean Technology Initiative


Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) recently launched a Clean Technology Initiative focusing on solar, energy distribution, energy conservation and efficiency, clean water, air quality and paper reduction technologies. The first project focusing on clean technology is a partnership with SolFocus to develop a second-generation concentrating solar collector to improve the performance of solar panels.

PARC is aiming to become a leader in the clean and sustainable technology industry. They will also conduct research for companies like SolFocus in order to help these companies advance their own green initiatives.





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