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Flexible Light Solar Cells, New Opportunities?

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MIT researchers have produced a new kind of photovoltaic cell based on sheets of flexible graphene coated with a layer of nanowires. The approach could lead to low-cost, transparent and flexible solar cells that could be deployed on windows, roofs or other surfaces.

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If a person had enough electricity to keep his r... by Theresa Paulfranz on Tuesday, Dec 25, 2012 at 11:10:56 AM
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