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NO POWER? Get ELECTRICITY from THIN PLASTIC STRIPS!
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While flat solar cells using photo voltaic technology have application on roofs or in open fields as in solar farms, there are other situations were a different kind of technology could be useful. Jenny Nelson demonstrates a photovoltaic module. It is a thin flexible semiconductor which generates electric current when it absorbs light. It could be used on curved surfaces, even inside buildings on blinds and curtains. As Jenny Nelson explains, technologies such as this reap large dividends when developing countries use them to replace energy production from the burning of kerosene. Jenny Nelson sees a future of local distributed energy production rather than large power stations and the losses that come with power distribution.
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