It’s Easier To Replace Your Windows Then Your Roof

April 15, 2008 at 2:10 pm Leave a comment

Will the windows from the future replace the solar panels? YES, but we need to wait because it didn’t appear on the market yet.

Here are some interesting quotes on this subject:

The solar cells contain titanium dioxide coated in a dye that increases light absorption.

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Konarka Technologies and Air Products have received a grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop a transparent, flexible solar panel that could be placed on a piece of glass or integrated into a window.

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Imagine a smart credit card that not only stores electronic money and records your transactions but also has its own energy source. Or a sun roof that delivers electricity to your car battery. Imagine each powered by flexible, ultra-thin, see-through solar panels.

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You can read about transparent solar panels here or here.

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