A company that produces and sells waste materials is selling a set of materials that can be used in solar panels.
The material is called the “Angular Material” and the company says it is designed to provide a light, flexible, and resilient material that can withstand a wide range of impacts.
“This material will be used by a wide variety of industries, from the construction industry to industrial design, power generation and distribution to energy production, and manufacturing,” the company said in a press release.
The company, which is headquartered in Singapore, has not yet revealed pricing or availability of the product.
We contacted the company for more information.
“We are currently looking for investors to help us grow this innovative product to market scale,” the press release reads.
The product, which was first unveiled at the International Conference on the Solar Energy Market in September, is a product that uses a new type of polymer called “silicon glass.”
Silicon glass is made by adding carbon nanotubes to a solution.
The carbon nanots is then combined with silicon to form a new polymer.
“Silicon glass has a number of advantages over traditional plastics, which are brittle and break up over time, and these materials are generally used in the manufacture of new products and consumer products,” the release reads, noting that the material can be produced at a high yield rate and is cheap.
The materials are also environmentally friendly.
“The Silicon Glass composite can be recycled or reused in industries ranging from the power industry to the automotive industry,” the statement reads.