Energy Transition

Scientists have printed bio solar panels that could be used as batteries

Scientists have found that cyanobacteria create micro bio solar panels that can retain an electrical charge.

Scientists have found that cyanobacteria create micro bio solar panels that can retain an electrical charge. Image: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Brian Spaen
Writer for Green Matters, Green Matters
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