Scientists are developing graphene solar panels that generate energy when it rains – ScienceAlert

Posted: October 22, 2016 in Uncategorized

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Producing energy from raindrops.

Tiffany's Non-Blog

Article was published several months ago – I just discovered it recently.

Solar power is making huge strides as a reliable, renewable energy source, but there’s still a lot of untapped potential in terms of the efficiency of photovoltaic cells and what happens at night and during inclement weather. Now a solution has been put forward in the form of producing energy from raindrops.

Source: Scientists are developing graphene solar panels that generate energy when it rains – ScienceAlert

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  1. g says:

    Looks promising if they can unmask the properties of CARBON https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon witch makes up 18% of us. Just about every thing else in Electronics is TOXIC.

  2. Good point – carbon is extremely plentiful and as a pure element nontoxic.

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