See Through Solar Cells
From Science Central
on November 13, 2009
Solar power cells are still flat, rigid and ugly, 50 years in the making, but that’s about to change, based on new research. Not only might cells be more lightweight, flexible and transparent, their uses could be expanded to things like solar fabrics or power-generating windows. This ScienCentral News video explains what this research means for the future of solar power cells.
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