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The US Patent and Trademark Office is seeking public comment on a new patent filing that describes a new form of energy storage, which would be built on a thin layer of a polymer film and would be able to store up to 25% of energy consumption on the solar panel and reduce the need for fossil fuels.
The invention described in the patent application is designed to increase the efficiency of solar cells by storing energy on a polymer-like film rather than relying on an energy storage material such as a battery.
The new polymer film is said to be thinner than traditional polymer films and could be used in the future to create solar cells which would store energy on the surface of a thin film.
The invention relates to a solar cell system that is able to absorb energy from solar panels when solar energy is not available.
The current solar cell systems are capable of absorbing only a portion of the energy, so they cannot use this energy to power a device such as an electric car or other vehicle.
In the new invention, the polymer film can be applied in a manner similar to the way that a battery is applied in solar cells.
For example, when the polymer is placed on a surface, the solar energy can be extracted by using a heat source such as the sun.
The patent application describes a method of creating the polymer that allows for this type of conversion of solar energy to electricity and storing that energy in a form that can be reused.
In a similar way to how a battery converts solar energy, the invention also involves an electrode which is applied to the solar cell.
This electrode can be a flexible film that can allow the solar cells to be moved by a current of current.
The process described in this patent application could potentially be used to build solar cells that can store energy for a long period of time and to reduce the use of fossil fuels in solar energy storage.
Currently, the largest sources of energy are solar energy from the sun and wind.
However, as the cost of solar power continues to fall, this source of energy is increasingly being replaced by natural gas, wind and biomass.
Solar cells are commonly used in portable energy storage devices and solar panels are often used to store electricity for large homes and businesses.
However the energy storage system used in these devices could become increasingly useful in the energy market, especially in developing countries where solar energy costs are high.
Solar energy is currently a significant source of power generation in many countries and can provide up to 10% of the electricity used in developing regions such as China, India and the US.
It can also help to reduce air pollution and provide renewable energy to some areas.
Solar panels are typically made of solar panels coated with a thin polyethylene film that has a high thermal conductivity and a low melting point.
This allows for a wide range of applications in the solar power industry, such as for residential or commercial applications, or for a small-scale solar project.
Solar panel manufacturers have developed various products that are available for use in the residential and commercial market.
For the solar panels used in residential and business applications, the cost can range from around $100 to more than $1,000 per unit.
The new patent application also describes a patent application to manufacture solar cells, which has been filed in the US Patent Office.
The application has been assigned to a Patent Office examiner and will be presented at the National Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, a conference of solar industry professionals held in May 2018.
The US Patent and Trademark Office is seeking public comment on a new patent filing that describes a new form…