Solar Cell Technology Charges Anywhere

May 12, 2022
Powerfoyle is an electrode nanomaterial that harvests electricity extremely efficiently.

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Swedish solar technology company Exeger has developed an electrode nanomaterial that offers up to 1,000 times better conductivity than other materials used in flexible solar cells. The innovative charging material, known as Powerfoyle, is a thin, flexible dye-sensitized solar cell (DSC) that can be custom-printed in almost any texture, shape or color.

Exeger’s founder and CEO, Giovanni Fili, predicts that self-powered products will become a natural part of everyday life. “We have done something crazy, really, because we have invented a new power source,” said Fili.

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