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Not just small talk for Hungarian solar pavements
by Krisztina Fenyo
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26 October 2020
On 26 October 2020 Reuters reported:
A Hungarian tech company is taking small steps with recycled plastic waste to make solar panels built into pavements to power buildings and charge electronic devices in public places. The solar cells are protected with hardened glass tiles, which allow the pavements to carry the weight of vehicles, and the secret lies in the small-scale approach, said Imre Sziszak, co-founder of Budapest-based Platio.
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