Solar power technology has just taken a giant leap forward, enabling speedier growth of solar powered products and energy solutions in the everyday market. For years, solar power technology has been a part of everyday life – to the point where many people don’t even realize that they rely on solar power as much as they do. Most calculators, for example, are powered by solar technology, as are many garden lights, telephone booths, traffic lights, and much more.
However, solar technology has been largely unaffordable to the masses in a large scale, impeding the growth of this renewable energy market and of products that could otherwise help to reduce the consumer environmental footprint…until now.
A ground-breaking advance in solar power technology has affected the construction of solar panels. Instead of being made with hard glass, which is inflexible and potentially easy to break, new solar products can be made with a flexible solar panel that can be bended and even rolled up. The new solar technology panels are not only more resistant to breaking, but they are also less expensive than traditional crystalline silicone panels.
Here’s what you need to know about the new solar panels:
Because flexible solar panels are malleable, they can be used in a variety of settings. They are also easier to feel confident using in a broader market because they won’t get damaged easily …