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Researchers developed a solar panel that continues to gather energy once the sun sets
by Madeleine Muzdakis
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30 April 2022
On 30 April 2022 My Modern Met reported:
Solar panels are an increasingly popular form of renewable energy. Whether used off-grid, on mini-grids, or as part of large energy systems, these panels are becoming more accessible and affordable. They transform the sun's radiation into usable energy, which is often stored in batteries for use once the sun goes down. A research team at Stanford University is working to solve the problem of bulky batteries and dark hours. As announced in Applied Physics Letters, a new nighttime-friendly solar panel will supply energy around the clock, harnessed from either the sun or Earth.
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