A New Way To Use Sun’s Energy

There are always new types of things introduced which work with the help of sun rays to charge the batteries just like solar lights and solar cells.These devices introduced are very helpful for us as we can easily make use of sun’s light and charge the batteries.

The same way there is a new device introduced which relies on physical principles and which has been introduced to make use of sun’s heat and light.

new way to use sun's energy

This device is introduced by people of Stanford University with many researches. This new device helps in converting the sun’s light into electricity and shows how to make use of it. This device evaporates the sun’s heat and then this heat is absorbed by the electrons and they jump and mix into other electrons and produce electricity. This device is actually introduced for the reason to send the waste heat to the steam engine and to convert this into electricity. But it only helps in converting fifteen percent of the sun’s energy into sunlight and the rest of the heat is wasted. This occurs because the solar cells can only be able to absorb little solar energy. It cannot absorb or receive more from the sun’s light.

This problem can be cured only if we place a huge and large device which can at least absorb more than fifteen percent of the sun’s light and heat. These new solar cells can be a bit difficult to produce and can be very expensive. Many new ways can also be used in order to absorb a lot of heat from the sun. Like in the heat which is produced from the turbine which works with gases can also help as it give heat to the steam engine. More over thermion converters can also help.

These different devices can help in making the solar cells work and help in producing more electricity.

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