from Oil Price:
There’s a lot to like about solar power: It’s clean, it’s getting less expensive, and it’s probably the most sustainable form of energy available. But conventional solar cells have their drawbacks, and one is that up to 20 percent of the Sun’s energy they capture is lost when the electrons move from the solar panel to its storage battery.
Now a team of researchers at Ohio State University (OSU) working under Yiying Wu, a professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has devised a hybrid solar battery that not only can capture solar energy but store virtually all the energy it collects.
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