Tesla launches new "invisible" solar panels

Three weeks prior to the approval of the controversial takeover of Solar City, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has a pleasant surprise for shareholders.

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While many strive to be increasingly green and sustainable, not everyone is eager to decorate their rooftop with solar panels.

According to US company Tesla, this is something they are out to change. At a big event in Los Angeles Friday, CEO Elon Musk revealed a range of new solar panels disguised as ordinary roof tiles, which are invisible to the naked eye.

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