This Solar Cell Can Generate Power From Raindrops

This Solar Cell Can Generate Power From Raindrops

A team of Chinese scientists have developed a new solar panel that works rain or shine

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 22 april 2016

Solar panels may be better for Earth and cut down on the electric bill, but many consumers are worried the benefits don’t outweigh the costs. For people who live in places with lots of inclement weather, panels might not generate as much energy on thick cloudy days or in snow. Soon, it may be possible for rainy locales to use solar panels to power their homes, even on days with downpours.

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