Researchers from Rice University (Houston, Texas) have created a low-cost perovskite solar panel that splits water to produce hydrogen fuel.
clever system design, you can potentially make a self-sustaining loop," Lou said. "Even when there's no sunlight, you can use stored energy in the form of chemical fuel. You can put the hydrogen and oxygen products in separate tanks and incorporate another module like a fuel cell to turn those fuels back into electricity."
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