'Spray' doesn't always contribute to CO2 emissions

'Spray' doesn't always contribute to CO2 emissions

Wild Card's progress: advanced

This Wild Card came from: 
European Commission Framework Programme for RTD

The theme/scheme related to this Wild Card: 
Theme 4 - Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials & new production technologies

The sub-theme that best relates to this Wild Card: 
Mastering nano-scale complexity in materials

Likelihood timeframe and scenario features : 
now-2050+

Wild Card's description 
The rapid spread of spray-on solar cells leads to a worldwide rise in renewable energy production resulting in major reductions in CO2 emissions. This causes a massive escalation in debates around 'global warming' as scientists claim that the reduction in emissions hasn't effected global warming!