How graphene breakthrough is revolutionising green technology

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Ultra-efficient solar panels, cost-effective battery technologies, electric cars that can recharge in seconds - all could be made possible by emerging graphene-based technologies

From highly efficient solar cells to electric cars that can charge in seconds, could graphene, the strongest, lightest and most conductive material ever discovered, be about to revolutionise the world...

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