The technique simultaneously uses the light and heat of the sun to generate electricity. And, unlike photovoltaic technology currently used in solar panels—which becomes less efficient as the temperature rises—the new process excels at higher temperatures. Melosh is senior author of a paper describing the tests the researchers conducted. It was published online this month in Nature Materials.
Posted 4 years and 7 months ago Murthy from Banglore comments on Are you ready to go solar? All the governments should encourage the research and development in this field. Oscar Posted 4 years and 9 months ago Oscar from Mexicali comments on Are you ready to go solar?
Although currently the investment in a system of this type is still a bit expensive, the development for a better use of solar energy is very important to slowly anyone can have it, even it outside the monopoly of some governments.
It is best energy to use because one day non-renewable resources will run soon and it will be the only one to use so, it must be very low to make it widely grow around the world. It also don't harm our environment, It is friendly environment energy Day by day people are willing to go green and use green energy resource.
When we will start living a sustainable life then everybody can live equally and happy I think that solar energy is the way to go because it is 10, times more efficient than what we use today. I would be ready to use solar energy but I do not believe that Make solar energy economical of the general populous would be willing to at the expense of a times higher cost.
Maybe some half traditional half solar system could work to help integrate solar energy into the public norm but I don't see it happening in the next ten or fifteen years sadly. Engineering colleges in Bangalor Posted 5 years and 4 months ago Engineering colleges in Bangalor from Bangalore comments on Are you ready to go solar?
HKBK Engineering colleges in Bangalore and electronics and communication engineering colleges impart excel quality knowledge to our students as we trust that we are capable of tune their bright future. Ganesh Chakaravarthi Posted 5 years and 5 months ago S.
I love solar energy Posted 5 years and 7 months ago Logan Eller from Newton, Nc comments on Are you ready to go solar? Solar energy has not been one thing that I would do and it would probably have to be pretty afoardable in order for me to be able to use it so I would say about the price of any household item like the price of a game system of flat screen tv.
I come from a part of the world where there is an abundance of solar rays Egyptand the possibilities of making use of this wasted energy and harnassing it are breathtaking to say the least! The obstacles are steep, but not impossible to overcome: Find better materials to harness the solar energy and turn it into electricity, AND find more efficient ways to store that energy for use at later times night for example I see the possibilities as endless, and believe that the future holds alot of great things for this field of study.
Safa Safa from East Orange comments on Are you ready to go solar?
Solar panels can benefit me because it saves me more money and i wont destroy the ozone layer. In the winter, it gets dark outside early. It would be smart to use solar energy, I cant wait to have it installed in my neighborhood Tinasiah Mitchell Posted 6 years ago Tinasiah Mitchell from New Jersey comments on Are you ready to go solar?
I am not ready to go solar because I use technology way too much and solar energy would not keep my stuff fully charged. However, the solar energy is more Eco friendly and will help keep the earth a little better. Mariah Mariah from New Jersey comments on Are you ready to go solar?
It depends on the project and the elements. I use electricity at night more then i do at day. Also, it would be pitch black in my house at night and on the streets because street lights would be turned off.Solar Energy Solar energy is the most ancient kind of energy found on earth, for it is as old as the sun.
" Solar " means from the sun. The earth is only one of the many planets which is bathed in the sun's overflowing energy. Aug 08, · Sustainable Energy A Material That Could Make Solar Power “Dirt Cheap” Researchers discover that a material known for a hundred years could lower the cost of solar r-bridal.com: Kevin Bullis.
Aug 08, · Sustainable Energy A Material That Could Make Solar Power “Dirt Cheap” Researchers discover that a material known for a hundred years could lower the cost of solar r-bridal.com: Kevin Bullis.
Nov 12, · Maximizing the efficiency of converting sunlight to electricity was the primary goal for much of the history of solar power industry.
Because solar cells were so expensive to make, they were used only in special applications, such as on spacecraft, where performance was . Sep 07, · Maximizing the efficiency of converting sunlight to electricity was the primary goal for much of the history of solar power industry.
Because solar cells were so expensive to make, they w. make one breaker box of a solar panel a thin layer for more energy to pass through quicker thick breaker box layer's, for more energy but slow transport.
we need to find suitable alternatives that are cheap and durable. we also need to increase energy output per panel.