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World-leading scientists at the CSIRO said the A3-sized panels, which are created by laying a liquid photovoltaic ink onto thin, flexible plastic could soon mean everyone has the ability to print their own solar panels at home.
"It would definitely be feasible to do that," said CSIRO materials scientist Dr Scott Watkins.
"The general concept of being able to manufacture on demand, in a house or in a workplace, is really a key feature of what we're doing."
It comes as scientists around the world continue to develop 3D printing - a method of making three-dimensional objects using a digital design.