Solar cell products are ramping up the markets, so many companies are finding ways to increase the production of those cells. It doesn’t matter what can be the places where purchasers want to put the cells. This new product is being developed to be used on almost any surface where a person would like to place this solar cell. A research team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed a technique to print durable, flexible solar cells that are thinner than a human hair. The lightweight PV can be easily affixed to any surface like a sticker, quickly turning any surface to a productive renewable energy generator. The cells are one-hundredth the weight of conventional solar panels and generate 18 times as much power-per-kilogram. They are made from nanomaterial semiconducting inks using printing processes that the researchers can readily scale for large-area manufacturing.