Although they show a lot of potential, perovskites-based solar panels may never replace traditional silicon-based panels due to apparent durability and environmental issues

Posted by on June 27, 2019 6:40 pm
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As reported by Nature: “The Henn na hotel in Nagasaki, Japan, is not shy of trialling futuristic technology. It claimed to be the world’s first robot-staffed hotel in 2015 — but cut down on the automation after its robotic concierges frustrated some customers and didn’t reduce costs. Now, the Henn na is testing another attention-grabbing innovation: since December, its sign has been powered by a curved wall of prototype solar cells installed in the hotel’s grounds…”

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