While the Nepalese student’s human hair solar panel can successfully produce 18 watts of power, it may not be feasible to produce on a large scale. The technology can power light bulbs in a small residential home, but it cannot support the energy demand of a developed country. Of course, this technology is very new and inchoate, and there is always the possibility that it can be developed for commercial use.
Yes, the innovation of creating solar panels from human hair is a powerful one that might very well play a large part in our future energy use. Ultimately, it is more effective than silicon-based solar panels, as hair is free and indefinitely renewable. This is one particular technology to keep an eye on and hopefully it will come to play a part in our lives at some point in the future.
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