Solar Revolution – Sphelar : Spherical Solar Cell : DigInfo


movie.diginfo.tv DigInfo News Embracing the move towards renewable energy sources, Kyosemi have revolutionized the design of the traditional solar cell, increasing it’s power generation efficiency and paving the way for innovative applications and a more economical use of raw materials. Sphelar is a spherical micro solar cell, which unlike traditional flat solar cells, can effectively harness reflected and diffused solar light as well as direct light from all directions. Each cell, is 1 to …

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  1. #1 by ilovekinki51244 at December 25th, 2007

    Amazing..

  2. #2 by sciencoking at October 11th, 2008

    sounds interesting, but it will be rather expensive, otherwise there would already be this technology for home use… but really sounds interesting.

  3. #3 by etiennealive at October 26th, 2008

    Good work !!!

  4. #4 by dragonlaughing at November 29th, 2008

    Fantastic!

  5. #5 by asarapi at February 13th, 2009

    Genius! Great Work!

  6. #6 by bradb82 at April 6th, 2009

    brilliant! amazing! this could be the future of energy.

  7. #7 by bradb82 at April 6th, 2009

    wrong, this is not available in the u.s. for home use. we have the traditional flat style solar panels here. and silicone is not expensive, in fact it’s pretty damn cheap. don’t comment if you have no idea what you are talking about

  8. #8 by rosal2006 at April 28th, 2009

    great idea

  9. #9 by allgoo19 at May 18th, 2009

    Why there’s no channel shows the new tech development from other countries?

    Maybe not as many or interesting as Japanese but there are some out there.

  10. #10 by hyakkiyagyou100 at May 31st, 2009

    genius!!!

  11. #11 by thesparkflyer at June 15th, 2009

    well depends on how its made, if its in mass then yea price goes down. but as a non-mass produced product it might be a bit more expensive. if it becomes mass produced then they can also ship it around the world.

  12. #12 by Anothercoilgun at August 1st, 2009

    Damn, leave it to Japan to always save the day. See what happens when US schools get worst, the generation is occupied with fame and beauty. No one left to come up with great ideas.

  13. #13 by Ragdollcatman001 at September 28th, 2009

    You should also look at what Israel is producing, like the single Solar Cell that can produce 1500w!

  14. #14 by Bigbird5553 at January 9th, 2010

    @Anothercoilgun the sad thing is. we have known since 1993 that we have been behind in education. We have known that other countries pay their teachers more, and makes their children goto school for more days. 1995 the American student went to school 180 days per year. Japan went 240 for the days per year. Germany pays their teachers about double then the US. (don’t say exchange rate, this was before the euro even).

  15. #15 by Markitos203 at January 18th, 2010

    @Anothercoilgun all that is build into the system.

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