New night solar panels

Scientists at Stanford University have developed solar panels that generate energy at night

They developed a solar panel that uses the temperature difference during the night to generate energy

Through solar panels and with the help of a photovoltaic cell at night, when the air gets colder.

Thermoelectric generator that draws electricity from the temperature difference between the environment and the photovoltaic cell of the panel.

During laboratory tests, scientists at Stanford University managed to generate a power of 50 mV/m².

The solar panels developed by the scientists eliminate the need to store energy in batteries in off-grid locations.

Benefits

The system can also power sensors at remote locations, decreasing the size and need

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