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Argall working the CSIRO and the Melbourne Zoo

Argall is proud to announce that it has been working with the CSIRO and the Melbourne Zoo on designing a complex suspended shade canopy composed of printed solar panels as part of a wider refurbishment of the Butterfly House at the Melbourne Zoo.

The flexible printed solar panels will be tensioned and suspended across an extruded aluminium frame that will not only provide shade for visitors, but also harness the energy of the sun for reuse within the zoo.

The flexible printed solar panels are made using a low-cost fabrication process, are aesthetically appealing and can be used in places where conventional solar cells are unsuitable.

For more information on the innovative printed solar panels being developed by the CSIRO, please contact Dr Fiona Scholes at

Printed solar cells

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