MIT Scientists Make Solar Panels From Grass Clippings [Headlines]

MIT Scientists Make Solar Panels From Grass Clippings [Headlines]
Innovation

Researchers from Boston-based University create promising new green energy technology.

Sam McNerney
  • 21 february 2012

A few years back we saw how researchers at MIT were working on ways to generate electricity from grass clippings. Well they must cut the grass a lot up there at MIT, because now another group has figured out a way to make electricity generating solar panels using more of your yard trash. Dvice

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