Dr. H. Snaith
Oxford Photovoltaics
University of Oxford
The technology works by adding a layer of transparent solid-state solar cells at most three microns thick to conventional glass, in order to turn around 12% of the solar energy received into low-carbon electricity. The power can then be exported to the national grid or used for the running of a building.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2013/feb/12/printed-solar-glass-panels-oxford-photovoltaics

Dr. H. Snaith

Oxford Photovoltaics

University of Oxford

The technology works by adding a layer of transparent solid-state solar cells at most three microns thick to conventional glass, in order to turn around 12% of the solar energy received into low-carbon electricity. The power can then be exported to the national grid or used for the running of a building.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2013/feb/12/printed-solar-glass-panels-oxford-photovoltaics

Posted 1 year ago | June 12th at 2:11 AM
1 Notes
  1. 4oneyear reblogged this from antes88
  2. antes88 posted this