Revolutionary printed solar sheets reach final trial stages in New South Wales

When disaster strikes, whether it be man-made or natural, power is the resource people need most. For this reason, Professor Paul Dastoor has been working for decades to develop a lightweight “printed solar” panel that is capable of generating power. Now, the invention is in its final trial stages at the University of Newcastle in New South Wales.

The revolutionary solar panels are made by printing electronic ink onto clear, plastic sheets. The final product is lightweight enough…

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