The sun, of course, is the planet’s biggest generator of energy, but solarium, a metal that’s chemically similar to platinum, is also a major producer of platinum, as well as nickel.
The two metals are also widely used in solar panels.
The sun’s light is a mixture of these two elements.
That’s why the sun produces so much heat and why the metals are hot.
The price of solarium has risen from $0.06 to more than $0,100 per kilogram in just two years, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
The metal, which has a price of $0 for all metal prices in the U.S., has become the hottest market for solarium in recent months.
The prices have increased from around $0 to $0.,100, according the report.
“That’s pretty crazy,” said Jim McBride, the CEO of Solar Energy Investment Corp., which tracks the price of all the metals.
“The sky is the limit.
The world’s really in the midst of a solar surge.
And it’s going to go all the way up.”
Solarium prices rose to a peak of $3,100 a kilogram from $2,800 a kilo, according an online database.
Solarium’s price increased by more than half in two years.
Solar-power companies like SunEdison Inc. and SunPower Corp. say solar-panel prices have risen more than double since 2009.
The metals are more expensive to produce than platinum, which makes up about 60% of the market.
SunEdision said the price increase is mainly because solar-power producers are using more and more of the metals in their panels, which means the price is going up.
Solar power costs are rising faster than inflation and the price index for the metal has jumped from 4,800 US cents in March to $5,700 in March, according Bloomberg New.
The solar-energy boom is driving up the price in China, where the world’s second-biggest economy is now the world leader in solar power production.
Solar and wind power have been surging in China and India.
Solar prices there have increased by about 30% since 2014.
China is the world largest solar-grid producer and the country is investing billions in solar projects and infrastructure.
India, meanwhile, is a key market for wind and solar power, and its power-grid market is expected to grow to more $10 trillion by 2020, according a study by the World Bank.
Solar energy is a big reason why India’s government is investing $500 billion to help clean up the country’s power sector.
India’s National Green Energy Mission, which is responsible for managing India’s solar-wind and solar-electric power generation, recently pledged to boost solar capacity by 60%.
“It’s a lot of work to get solar power to a point where it’s affordable to consumers, but they are making progress,” said Sharmila Bhatia, an analyst at Gartner.
“There are a lot more projects to be built and a lot less infrastructure needed.”
Bhatie noted that solar-reserve auctions are scheduled to start in 2022 in countries like China and the U and she expects solar-industry growth to continue.