Windows To Evolve Into Solar Power Generators



solar cells, nano technology
The solar cells invented using carbon nanotubes by researches under Dr. M. Bissett at the Flinders University are transparent and flexible. They replicate the natural photosynthesis process and are highly cost effective, which the conservative silicon solar cells are definitely not. It’s a pity it’ll take around ten years to put the carbon nanotubes-based solar panels on the store shelves.
Via: EcoFriend.com

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