Concentrating Solar Energy Without Mirrors

You all might be knowing that for harnessing solar energy, we need mirrors. So breaking the present perception, scientists at MIT have invented of course only theoretically a material which is 3 times more efficient that existing solar energy gadgets and also does not require any mirrors.
Something like you can have a small scale model of solar water heater and that too more efficient.
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  • kingdavid
    "Concentrating Solar Energy Without Mirrors"Really good idea but how to achieve ?
  • malaka
    I am read your blog good idea for without use Mirror Concentrating Solar Energy.
  • Ramani Aswath
    Ramani Aswath
    I am read your blog good idea for without use Mirror Concentrating Solar Energy.
    This is for solar photo voltaics. Not for solar thermal. The present technology with selective coating is already quite efficient for water heating.
  • Jeffrey Arulraj
    Jeffrey Arulraj
    What about using concentrated salt solutions directly as reflectors of IR instead of mirrors
  • Gautami Shetty
    Gautami Shetty
    if dats possible den v vl get a black body.... I mean dis vl be the 1st blackbody on earth other dan black hole ofcourse,,

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