The possibility of plugging in the sun as the earth’s main power resource has orbited around inside scientists’ imaginations for decades. Aba Ebong, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at UNC Charlotte, hopes the university’s new Photovoltaic Technology Research Laboratory will help make that a future reality.
The possibility of plugging in the sun as the earth’s main power resource has orbited around inside scientists’ imaginations for decades. Aba Ebong, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at UNC Charlotte, hopes the university’s new Photovoltaic Technology Research Laboratory will help make that a future reality. LISA THORNTON
The possibility of plugging in the sun as the earth’s main power resource has orbited around inside scientists’ imaginations for decades. Aba Ebong, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at UNC Charlotte, hopes the university’s new Photovoltaic Technology Research Laboratory will help make that a future reality. LISA THORNTON

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