Elon Musk: Solar panel manufacturing ‘not easy’

Elon Musk is an industry legend, but he’s also a man with a penchant for exaggeration.

When it comes to solar panel manufacturing, he’s a realist.

While Tesla Motors and SolarCity were at the forefront of the solar panel revolution, Musk has also been a vocal proponent of cheap and easy manufacturing for solar panels.

In a recent interview with CNBC, Musk explained how this solar panel technology could help the U.S. economy:If you think of a panel being made with cheap materials, it’s actually not as hard as it seems.

For instance, a panel that’s made from metal is made from copper or aluminum, and that’s actually the hardest material to make.

It’s not a material that’s going to last for years or that you’re going to get rid of.

It takes a lot of energy to make that, so it’s not easy to do it, but if you think about that, then I think that’s what you’re looking for.

Now, that may sound very different than the way Tesla and Solar City manufacture solar panels, but Musk isn’t entirely wrong when he says that the material used to make solar panels is cheap and readily available.

But that’s only part of the story.

According to Musk, solar panels are also very simple to manufacture because it’s incredibly easy to manufacture solar cells and batteries.

The manufacturing process for solar cells is essentially the same as for solar batteries.

It starts with a simple chemical reaction that gives you the electrons in a material, then you get a battery out of it.

Musk has gone on record saying that there is no technology that has made solar panel fabrication so easy that it’s “not even possible.”

In an interview with Business Insider last year, Musk said that he believes solar panel assembly is “about as easy as making bread,” and that this makes it a viable option for the U:I think that we need to get to the point where the solar industry is not just a solar industry.

It needs to be the industry, and solar panel manufacturers need to be made very, very cheap.

If you want to make the cheapest solar panels possible, you need to make them very, really cheap.

There are two types of solar panel: those made from thin film and those made of solid materials.

Thin film panels are more difficult to manufacture and require much higher quantities of materials, so they require a higher degree of labor.

Solar cells are made from silicon and can be made cheaper and easier by using a process called lithography, which is the manufacturing process that’s used to produce silicon.

Lithography is more common in the solar manufacturing industry.

According the report, the cost of solar panels on the whole has been going up in the past few years.

Solar panels manufactured by SolarCity and Tesla are priced at between $3 and $20 per kilowatt-hour, and are capable of generating more than a million kilowatts.

That’s a huge difference compared to the $100-$200 price that manufacturers would need to pay to make a solar panel in the U, but the difference is that solar panels manufactured in the United States have been making a lot more power than those manufactured overseas.

Solar panels are the most abundant energy source in the world, and this could help solar panel production in the country.

According to a recent report by the Department of Energy, the U currently produces more than 7,000 gigawatts of solar power, and it will increase to over 14,000GW by 2035.

While there are still a few ways to go in the energy sector, solar is expected to be one of the most important ones for the future.