A team of researchers at Australia’s Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology have developed a solar paint that can absorb water vapor and split it to get generate Hydrogen, the cleanest source of energy on earth.
While this is unconventional use of solar power, the outcome proves to be much cleaner energy and a fraction of the footprint involved with solar power.
Now that Tesla has developed roofing tiles or “solar roof shingles” that double as solar panels, the find by RMIT redefines energy consumption on a global scale considering all that’s needed to make power is a roof and walls, something most people on the planet are already surrounded with.
Now that’s POWERFUL!
Curious about energy of the future? Here’s a treat…