Screen printed solar blinds

Another innovative clean energy technology design by Paul W Kincaid. Screen printed solar blinds. Solar panels that can be installed indoors. Designed to be installed on the inside of the window frames of homes, offices and/or commercial buildings. Harnessing the Sun’s free energy will no longer be confined to rooftops. Windows are the logical choice for harnessing CO2 free energy.

The solar blind was designed to utilize graphene to harness energy. Graphene is an allotrope of carbon consisting of a single layer of atoms arranged in a two-dimensional honeycomb lattice. Graphene is highly thermally conductive. Graphene is considered to be the most conductive material – of both electricity and heat. For the energy sector, it can provide new possibilities for power generation, storage and infrastructure. It can be found in an object as ordinary as a pencil. It is already being used to manufacture very thin, transparent & flexible electronic circuits.

Graphene can be screen printed. MSP Graphics in Moncton New Brunswick successfully screen printed graphene onto a transparent substrate for me, Paul W Kincaid. The first step in developing a fully functional prototype of the solar blinds.

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