In a remarkable feat, scientists at Empa, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, have developed thin film solar cells on flexible polymer foils with a new record efficiency of for converting sunlight into electricity.
A cheap sheet of nanoantennas absorbs of the available sun energy, and in the near future could replace traditional solar panels while costing just pennies per yard. (Each square of metal on this plastic sheet contains roughly 260 million antennas.
So darn cool! Warren says: "Screw the Grid!" 1800 watts with a folding solar panel and 70 AMP HOUR Battery! (That means you can run a LOT of stuff to stay comfy) So Light Portable You Can Throw It In Your Car To Evacuate