Solar panels you can print and stick on your roof

This will change how everything we know about solar energy


Australia’s first commercial installation of print out solar panels, made using specialized semiconducting inks and printed using a conventional reel-to-reel printer, has been installed on a factory roof in Newcastle.

The 200 square meter array was installed in just one day by a team of five people. No other energy solution is as lightweight, as quick to manufacture, or as easy to install on this scale.

The research team manufactured the solar modules using standard printing techniques; in fact, the machine that was used typically makes wine labels. Each solar cell consists of several individual layers printed on top of each other, which are then connected in series to form a bank of cells. These cells are then connected in parallel to form a solar module.

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