I walk through the Infinite Corridor every day to get to my classes from my dorm. And no matter how many times I do that walk, I never cease to be inspired by the brilliant minds that are at work there, creating the products and solutions that will shape the world’s future. Off the branches that stem from the corridor are labs that are creating three-dimensional photovoltaic systems, thermoelectric photovoltaics, new materials and pigments that harness the sun’s energy, to list but a few of the projects. And that is just within solar photovoltaics.
To me, the Infinite Corridor is the source of infinite inspirations. It has taught me not to stop at “Why?”, but to ask “Why not?”; not to baulk at “But then…”, but to wonder “What if?…”; not to accept, but to question. It is the same spirit that inspired us to ask “Why does solar have to be the way it is today?” and wonder “What if it could be beautiful?”