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New Japanese Building Lights Itself at Night with Transparent Solar Panels March 2, 2006

Posted by oktyabr in architecture, digg, energy, technology.
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A building under construction in Japan will use sunlight to illuminate its rooms after the sun goes down. Sections of the walls of the new office complex will be constructed with a new building material that contain super-thin, transparent solar panels and as many as 320 light-emitting diodes that release whitish-blue light at night.

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