Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed cheap organic solar cells. Made out of organic plastic, the cells have endless possibilities for commercial use, which has been an obstacle in regards to solar production for some time now.
These cheap organic solar cells can be implemented into pretty much any plastic object. Not only that, they can be introduced into third world countries, helping them transform their poorer states into something better and, let's face it, livable. Kudos, Cambridge, for this promising development.
The University of Cambridge Makes a Break in Solar Production
1. Cheap Organic Solar Cells - Organic plastic solar cells offer an innovative solution for affordable renewable energy sources.
2. Commercial Use of Organic Solar Cells - Organic solar cells can be used in a wider range of plastic products, creating opportunities for solar-powered everyday items.
3. Renewable Energy in Developing Countries - The use of affordable solar cells in developing countries provides access to clean, renewable energy and fosters economic growth.
1. Renewable Energy - Organic solar cells create opportunities for cost-effective renewable energy solutions to become the norm in a wider range of applications and industries.
2. Plastics Manufacturing - The integration of organic solar cells into plastic products offers new possibilities for innovation in plastics manufacturing and could reduce the environmental impact of plastic production.
3. International Development - The widespread adoption of affordable solar cells in developing countries can lead to transformative economic development and a more sustainable future.