How Low-Light Solar Cells can Decarbonize Your Home

Guest columnist Bates Marshall examines how dye-sensitized solar cells can empower the latest generation of connected devices to realize their latent promise and help reduce the carbon footprint of billions of manufactured goods.

“Power is a meta resource, as much of today’s modern world revolves around consumer electronic devices and equipment. In the coming decade, the potential exists for billions more devices and wireless sensors to enter the market. However, the challenge of reliably, affordably, and sustainably powering these devices has continued to limit IoT viability at scale. Energy harvesting technology is a transformative, once-in-a-generation, world-changing advancement, and low-light solar cells put the solar industry once again in a powerful position to lead decarbonization on a huge scale.”

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