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Unlike rigid silicon solar panels that adorn many rooftops, Stanford's thin film prototype is made of carbon materials that can be coated from solution. "Perhaps in the future we can look at alternative markets where flexible carbon solar cells are coated on the surface of buildings, on windows or on cars to generate electricity,"
Imagine how cool it would be during a disaster to never lose power, to have your entire house, and car as a power generator?
I honestly think this is the game changer in energy. This is a breakthrough.
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Re: Scientists Build the First All-Carbon Solar Cell
Originally Posted by Ilikehappyppl
I'm so stoked for the future, its so bright.
IMO, every house should have a garden and should be self-sustained, lets get rid of power companies and oil companies!
The garden is idea is great...but no so much for those living in colder climates like New England. Unless you have a mega freezer to store all your frozen veggies....and that would counter-productive to saving energy/being "Green".