Melbourne researchers have successfully created Australia’s largest and most flexible solar cells, with the aid of a new printer located at CSIRO.
I made it by myself. Just go to Inplix webpage if you'd like do the same
hang them in the out back
Read about this in the nineties.nothing ever comes off this. Cheap rolls off solar cells…..
thats great, though ideally it would be free also – Solutions to 95% of mankinds problems (http://www.fb.com/getridofmoney): – The Ubuntu Contribution System (TUCS)- Michael Tellinger– The Venus Project (TVP) – Jacque Fresco– New Earth Nation (NEN) – Sacha Stone– The Free World Charter – The Mocica Project – mocica .org/en/Project– Paradism– The Valhalla Movement – A Freedom Economy – social.shorthand.com /H_Agent_001/ugZtvLLpuf/society-without-the-need-for-money– in Star Trek – Money Doesn't Exist in the Future – https: //youtu.be/8rh3xPatEto– Ronald Rump: "Look. We can change the system. That I will tell you. We are changing it ok. We are going to get rid of the reserve bank, loan money interest free, and eventually everything will be free. They are asking me can you do this? And I am telling you we're going to do that."
The Oil industry will make sure it stays in research stage forever.
This plus tesla batteries
How efficient are they? How long before uv fogs the surface reducing the efficiency?
How about Australia use the power from those solar cells to desalinate ocean water and irrigate it's deserts??? FWIW, they have been printing solar cells like this in San Jose, California, USA for well over a decade now, and the company has built a 2nd factory in Germany about 5 years ago to meet European demands for low-cost PVs…
LENR will end 95% of the solar industry.
I think that all these people that have spent 1000's on solar panels that pay themselves in 10 years will regret it soon …
Um…it uses….plastic? Um…it takes…oil? And as someone has already pointed out, things exposed to the sun do not last long. Plastic, in spite of what people believe, is biodegradable. I know. My car sat in the sun w/o protection for several years. Guess what the plastic in it did?
Australia sun would kill this in a very short time. LIFE of the product in the sun ? I am not interested in the spin as printed cells have been around for a long time.
Is this related in any way to Nanosolar's printed cells?
This is bloody brilliant!
Really interesting technology. I hope someone at U of M has time to answer a couple of simple questions regarding this technology.1. What are the stats on the energy co-efficient per square metre. Is it comparable with standard photo-voltaic cells currently in production ?2 Are the materials used in the actual printing process readily available and in quantities necessary for mass production, or are some, or one of the necessary materials rare, or hard to source ?3. What is the predicted longevity of the material, and what is the estimated photo-voltaic drop-out with age ?Thanks guys. Keep up the admirable work. Good Luck.
Good work Aussies. Makes me proud.
what about Konarka manufacturing ? They made it in 2009. Why is still so expensive ?
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