These innovative solar cells can generate power even at night


Researchers at Stanford University have created a prototype TEG-integrated solar cell for night time power production using the radiative cooling concept that utilises temperature between a solar panel and the air outside. This cell can generate power up to 100 mW/m2 in a hotter and drier place. Due to the high cost of the materials used in TEGs, scaling out the concept may be challenging.


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