Solar panels are a critical technology in our move towards net zero. Even though we’re seeing a decrease in silicon-based solar panel costs, we haven’t seen significant efficiency improvements … yet.

But what if we could build panels using materials that aren’t supply-limited and with a more straightforward, lower carbon process?

As well as achieving higher efficiencies at the same time?

Perovskite solar panels have been promising that future for some time now, but where are they? And are they the future of solar panel technology?

In this video, Matt Ferrell explores Perovskite solar panels and how they might energize our future.

This video was produced and published by Matt Ferrell. It was originally published on his YouTube channel.

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