This Paint Can Generate Clean Energy!

Being a much cheaper alternative to solar panels, this paint (predicted to be available for public use in five years) can generate clean energy. According to RMIT’s website, the materials in this paint absorb both moisture and solar energy in the air. It then takes the moisture (water) and separates the hydrogen from the oxygen, collecting oxygen for fuel and to power electronics.

Will this be revolutionary for the clean energy industry or is it simply too good to be true? We’ll let you decide in the comments!

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