Solar cells made from grass clippings
Imagine painting your roof with solar cells made from grass clippings?
An MIT reseacher called Andreas Mershin has found a way to make solar cells by mixing agricultural waste with a stew of inexpensive chemicals.
Installing a solar roof on your home could one day be as simple as mowing your lawn, mixing in some chemicals and painting the mixture on your roof.
Read the full article at Popular Science.
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