University of Calgary team hopes to make solar cells so portable, you can roll it up and put in a pocket

So this team of scientists are aiming to create a new generation of solar cells so lightweight and portable that you can roll one up, carry it in your pocket, then stick it on a window to power a light bulb. Gregory Welch, an assistant professor of organic chemistry at the University of Calgary is leading a team of researchers on a quest for the holy grail of solar energy. “We’re trying to make a new type of solar cell,” Gregory told CBC. Research project leader Gregory Welch: ‘What’s really neat, too, is that these flexible solar cells are really […]
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