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photo source: Richard Lunt/Michigan State University – no copyright infringement intended

Imagine a city that’s actually a vast solar energy harvesting system. A team of Michigan State University researchers has developed a technology that can turn transparent surfaces, from building windows to cell phones, into solar collecting surfaces – without obstructing the view.

Watch the video and read all about this groundbreaking invention here…

I imagine my cellphone cover glass being able to collect solar energy while I’m exposing it to daylight. Wouldn’t that be just a genius strike? This and a lot more now seems possible, since reacherchers from Michigan State University developed this incredible  see-through version of a solar panel.
Go read all about this groundbreaking new invention in this article by The Open Mind Staff Contributor.