They are still too expensive to produce. While researchers have versions in the laboratory, spray-on solar panels are not in mass production yet. The scientists are still trying to get them to the point where they are cost effective to use and as efficient as advertised.
Although the worldwide economy is currently slow, the scientists at Australian National University working on the panels hope lower costs will invite consumers to purchase spray-on solar panels as soon as they become available.
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