The objective of creating transparent panels has been around for decades now. It is essentially one of those holy grails of the solar industry since the number of applications for see-through panels is only limited by your imagination. Consider it; virtually anything that uses glass now could become a power source if that glass were replaced with a transparent solar panel.
Your phone could become self-charging set, simply set it, so the glass is currently facing a light source like you know sunlight. You could place it on the table while you’re outdoors having a picnic, eating lunch and instead of your battery continuing to drain off, you might be topping off the charge.
Every window could turn into a panel, from the modest home to the tallest skyscraper; we can transform cities and our towns and cities into renewable stations. It could be a massive advance for electric vehicles.
Up until today, the efforts to reach this grail have … Read More