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Power Plastic (Konarka) electricity, light, photovoltaic, plastic, solar panel
Konarka Power Plastic is a photovoltaic material that captures both indoor and outdoor light and converts it into direct current (DC) electrical energy. This energy can be used immediately, stored for later use, or converted to other forms. Power Plastic can be applied to a limitless number of potential applications ñ from microelectronics to portable power, remote power and building-integrated applications.
Riso National Laboratory (Riso National Laboratory ) sustainable energy, research, institute, nuclear technologies, laboratory, scientific approach, solar cells, print
Riso carries out research on future generations of photovoltaic technologies (PV) and in particular polymer solar cells. In addition, we look into other means of utilizing sunlight; for instance to reduce carbon dioxide to synthetic fuels (solar fuels). Solar energy is a focus point in many strategies for a sustainable energy supply. The European Commissionís Strategic Energy Plan (SET-plan) envisages a Solar Europe Initiative, where photovoltaics and concentrated solar power (CSP) supply as much power as wind mills in the future.
Solar Bikini andrew schneider solar, power supply, charge, photovoltaic, conductive thread
A solar film bikini that charges your iPod! (With a USB connection) The suit is a standard medium-sized bikini swimsuit retrofitted with 1" x 4" photovoltaic film strips sewn together in series with conductive thread. The cells terminate in a 5 volt regulator into a female USB connection
Solarmer (Solarmer) 2006 building-integrated photovoltaics, portable electronics, renewable energy, flexible plastic solar panels, smart fabrics, interactive textiles, wearable form, recyclable
Solarmer Energy Inc. is a developer of transparent, flexible plastic solar panels, the next wave in generating renewable energy from the sun. These solar panels are opening the door for a wide range of new application areas in renewable energy, which are not currently addressable with conventional silicon solar panel technology.