Solar Panels With Synthetic Nano-Crystals Could Generate Electricity And Hydrogen

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Electric power is the great usable source of energy, Hydrogen is said to be the energy source of the future. Is it possible that solar panels could generate both electricity and Hydrogen at one and the same time? A recent solar panel material research has proved that special solar panels could successfully produce electricity and Hydrogen due to synthetic nano-crystals: one is photovoltaic (creates electricity from light) while the second is rod-shaped and produces hydrogen by photo catalysis (if the panel is submerged). If this works, it could be a great alternative to current solar energy gathering methods. However, creating Hydrogen sounds like a much more efficient solution, which can be done in addition to existing system.

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