Researchers have invented conductive ink used to print solar panels

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A group of researchers at the University of Newcastle in Australia have pioneered a game-changing conductive ink that can be used to create paper-thin solar panels. 

The panels can be printed using standard printers and have a very low cost of production. They are currently in their final testing stage. Read more…

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