Spray On Solar Panels Being Developed For More Cost Efficient Alternative Energy

February 4, 2009

Australia (ChattahBox) – After years of trying to develop better designs for solar technology, plans have been released for ‘spray-on’ solar panels.

The project has been taken on by Australian National University, Spark Solar Australia, and Braggone Oy, a Finnish materials distributor. It is hoped to revolutionize solar panels, by creating a spray on surface that will provide a cheap way to harness the sun’s power.

The project is set to be completed by 2011, where it will be sold as a hydrogen film that uses solar cells, and can be sprayed on to produce the same effect as traditional panels, while costing a fraction of the price.


One Response to “Spray On Solar Panels Being Developed For More Cost Efficient Alternative Energy”

  1. Seth on February 5th, 2009 7:29 pm

    We need to do everything in our power to reduce our dependence on foreign oil.We have so much available to use such as wind and solar as well as technologies to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. There could be no better investment in than to invest in energy independence. Create clean cheap energy,create millions of BADLY needed new green jobs, and reduce our dependence on foreign oil.The high cost of fuel this past year did serious damage to our society and economy. Record numbers of jobs and homes have been lost due to the direct impact on our economy.Oil is finite.We are using it globally at the rate of 2 X faster than new oil is being discovered. Added to the strain on our supplies foreign countries are bursting in populations and becoming modern.China and India alone are expected to add another 3 million vehicles to their highways in the next 2 decades. I just read a fantastic book called The Manhattan Project of 2009 Energy Independence Now by Jeff Wilson.Great Book!

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