Clear Solar Film Means Power From Windows for IPads, UCLA Says

NEW YORK CITY -- Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles have developed a transparent film that may be affixed to glass and other surfaces to capture sunlight and generate electricity.

The film is suitable for windows in highrise buildings, car sunroofs and consumer electronics such as the back of Apple Inc.’s iPad, Yang Yang, a professor at UCLA’s California NanoSystems Institute, said in an interview yesterday.

The film may eventually be sprayed on to surfaces... more.

600450 Clear Solar Film Means Power From Windows for IPads, UCLA Says
Date: 30 July 2012

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