Solar cells are made of semiconducting inks that can be printed using scalable manufacturing processes.
They can be worn or installed on fixed surfaces, making them a versatile and reliable source of energy.
These solar cells are made from semiconducting inks that can be printed using scalable manufacturing processes.
Six years ago, ONE Lab developed a new type of ultra-thin and lightweight solar cell that can be produced using simpler and more cost-effective printing processes, making it a more practical and scalable solution for generating renewable energy.
This allows the solar cells to be mechanically resilient and flexible while also being lightweight and easy to handle.
They added a layer of UV-curable glue to adhere the solar modules to the fabric, resulting in a structure that is easy to handle and deploy in various settings.
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