Solar-powered nanotube energy may end fuel crisis

by Gareth Mankoo

What comes around as a gigantic effort to change the way we use energy these day is likely to be the greatest finding of this decade. After periodic tests and continuous efforts, scientists have come upon a strange new way to make the sun’s solar energy, our answer to fuel shortage. The finding from the Massachusettes Institute of technology established the creation of a new kind of solar fuel that is affordable, rechargeable and can completely revitalize the way we use solar and other forms of energy. The new fuel is a denser form of energy, as compared to lithium-ion.


The makers are yet to master the real creation of a substance that will exist in this form. One that would efficiently convert heat energy to electrical energy. Follow the source below for more.
[Wired]

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