MIT has been working on creating solar cell paper for a while and have finally came up with a final product. This process involves the use of vapors under 250 degrees Fahrenheit which can produce thin layers of cells that are able to convert solar radiation into usable energy. These can be printed onto sheets no thicker than normal paper at incredibly cheap rates. They are also very durable and portable, as they can be folded up and reused time and time again without diminishing the quality.
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