The capacity to produce energy at night makes anti-solar panels attractive to energy providers.
FREMONT, CA: Exploring different opportunities to develop and offer futuristic solutions, the energy industry has seen a significant transformation with the appearance of solar panels. Solar panels are currently available for commercial and domestic users in the global market.
One of the most cost-effective, dependable, and efficient energy solutions for several applications, solar-panel technology also has limitations- generating energy at night. Based on an article published in Inverse, researchers are developing anti-solar panels that can produce electricity at night.
The concept of building anti-solar panels includes a modern infrastructure that works the opposite means as regular solar panels do in the sunlight. Anti-solar panel designs capture long-wavelength light, enabling it to radiate heat as invisible infrared light and generate electricity by capturing the power.
Such a solution can be developed using a thermo-radiative cell, as against the traditional photovoltaic cell used in most solar panels. Researchers state that such a solution holds the potential to produce about a quarter of electricity at night that the typical solar power produces during the day.
Such innovations will increase clean energy efficiency in the next few years, encouraging energy providers to aid and invest in anti-solar panel projects. Even if traditional solar panels produce massive electricity, from which professionals often save the surplus energy with the use of battery technology for future usage, electricity generation via anti-solar panels can promise unbroken energy distribution.
Moreover, the technology can eradicate the problem of clean energy shortage while allowing the energy providers to offer for any electricity emergency at any time.
The growing demand for clean energy decides the future picture of the energy sector, which makes the energy providers understand the necessity for a constant and alternative source of electricity. Anti-solar panels certainly promise a futuristic solution, as the energy professionals seem especially interested in adopting and welcoming such projects.