Tony Seba says solar is now so cheap it can used as a construction material



Solar panels, now remarkably affordable, are finding unconventional utility as constituents of garden enclosures in the Netherlands and Germany. This unorthodox application stems from a surge in Chinese production flooding the global market. While employed as fencing, these panels inevitably capture a diminished quotient of sunlight compared to their rooftop counterparts. Nonetheless, this adaptation yields substantial savings on labor expenses and obviates the need for extensive scaffolding, as indicated by analysts and anecdotal evidence shared on social media platforms by households embracing this innovation.






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