Energy Without Light


A Filipino inventor has built resinous panels that capture solar energy from recycled vegetables, and it can function even when it’s dark, wet, or out of direct sunlight, in a twist for solar energy. It turns out that veggies have very sensitive molecules that convert UV radiation from the sun into visible light, which may then be used to create power using photovoltaic cells.

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Source- Krishi Jagran

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