Company to develop smart sunroof to cut CO2 emissions

Dublin green energy firm has won a deal with Fiat to develop a smart sunroof that will help power vehicles and lower fuel consumption.

26th June, 2010

Dublin green energy firm has won a deal with Fiat to develop a smart sunroof that will help power vehicles and lower fuel consumption.

SolarPrint, which develops cheap, lightweight solar panels, has been named as part of a consortium that includes scientists from Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, and Imperial College in London. Infineon, a German semiconductor company, will also work on developing the sunroof technology for the Italian car manufacturer.

Roy Horgan, co-founder...

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