Traditional solar panels are often bulky and heavy, consisting of silicon and glass materials. Some new panels are now made of plastic, which is actually able to withstand high temperatures. New solar panels are also made to blend in with roofs and to the untrained eye seem like regular roofing shingles. Nanotechnology, the use of small synthetic fibers smaller than 100 nanometers in diameter, also help to make solar panels more aesthetically appealing using tiny flakes of materials.
Another way they are making solar more appealing is with thin film or photovoltaic laminate. It has a easy peel and stick application, it is easier on the eye because it isn’t bulky (it lays flat on the roof) and it blends in.
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