New inexpensive spray-on solar cells turn (almost) any surface into a power plant

December 30, 2014 by  
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Researchers at the University of Toronto have unveiled a cheap, fast spray-on solar cell process that could enable the creation of solar arrays using the most modest of manufacturing methods. Even better, with the cells ‘printed’ onto flexible material, they could turn anything from airplane wings to your patio furniture into a solar power plant. Read the rest of New inexpensive spray-on solar cells turn (almost) any surface into a power plant Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cqd , flexible solar , green energy , renewable energy , solar breakthrough , Solar cells , solar efficiency , Solar Power , spracyld , spray on solar , University of Toronto

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New inexpensive spray-on solar cells turn (almost) any surface into a power plant

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