It is customary to see classic silicone solar panels on roofs and the sides of buildings. However, in order to exploit the potential of curved surfaces and tensile structures, today we can use organic photovoltaics, made from compounds dissolved in ink that are then printed and shaped using simple techniques. The result is a semi-transparent, flexible and light film that converts solar energy into electricity.
Copywriter since 1988, he began his career in De Agostini, and then chose to continue as a freelancer. Graduated in Philosophy, he is currently also a professor of Web Marketing at the Federlegno Training Center. As a communication consultant, he has been working for many clients for many years, including some large international groups. In 2012 he opened the personal blog “Mela N” where he deals with topics related to Writing, Communication, Content Marketing and Storytelling. He oversaw the design of the IBSA Foundation blog.