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UCLA Develops Transparent, Electricity-Generating, Solar Cell Windows

Elliot Chang (1819954) writes | more than 2 years ago

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Elliot Chang (1819954) writes "A team from UCLA has developed a new transparent solar cell that has the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside. In short, they’ve created a solar power-generating window! Described as “a new kind of polymer solar cell (PSC)” that produces energy by absorbing mainly infrared light instead of traditional visible light, the photoactive plastic cell is nearly 70% transparent to the human eye—so you can look through it like a traditional window."
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