Plastic solar panels are getting ready for prime time

06/24/2010 | MIT Technology Review

Scientists are developing polymer-printing systems that allow the production of plastic solar panels. Though far less efficient than silicon panels, the polymer arrays are less expensive to produce, can be printed over large surface areas and could theoretically be integrated directly into the materials used to produce electronic appliances, buildings and textiles.

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