Stained glass windows generate electricity in Seoul government building

The Human Resource Development Center of the Seoul City government in South Korea uses Dye Solar Cell (DSC) stained glass windows to generate clean, renewable electricity from sunlight.

The Human Resource Development Center of the Seoul City government in South Korea uses Dye Solar Cell (DSC) stained glass windows to generate clean, renewable electricity from sunlight. DSC technology emulates photosynthesis when light striking the dye deposited on the glass activates electrons that generate an electric current. DSC produces electricity efficiently even in low light conditions and can be directly incorporated into buildings by replacing conventional glass panels or metal sheets rather than taking up roof space or extra land area.

         
 

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