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Thermo-Chemical Solar Power

May 1st, 2014 | Make a comment | Posted in Energy Efficiency - solar
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Hi, I’m Steven Mill and today I want to tell you more about Thermo-Chemical Solar Power.

Introduction

Depleting fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas is a concern shared by every scientist, environmentalist, economist and entrepreneur in the energy business. They are now looking beyond these energy sources and a number of viable options appear to interest them. One of those options is Thermo-Chemical Solar Power.

Solar energy is a renewable form of energy and a number of companies have created cheap and effective solar panels for electricity generation. But these panels offer a limited amount of output energy and about 60-85% of the input energy from the sun is lost in the form of heat.

Mechanisms of Generating Thermo-Chemical Solar Power

What if this heat could be stored and utilized? What if we could create panels and rechargeable batteries with a much longer life and better efficiency? These questions urged the scientist in several parts of the world to work on creating something much better.

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