A new step in the sustainability process: flexible solar panels

http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/environment/flexible-solar-panels-could-cover-every-surface-here-researcher

A new step in the sustainability process has been achieved! Researchers have developed a new kind of flexible solar panel. This new technology could become commercially available within the next three years.

In her article, Audrey Tan explains that this flexible solar panel is possible because it is made of a material called perovskite, which can be printed onto plastic sheets.

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Audrey Tan explicates that “perovskite panels would be also cheaper to produce, costing about three time less than conventional silicon cells”

If you want to learn more about this technology, don’t hesitate to read her article!

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