How Carbon Nanotubes Might Boost Solar Renewable Energy

Another way nanotechnology is being used to save our planet.

An aerial photograph of a coastal house with new solar panels on its roof. Source: jakerbreaker, via Storyblocks.

I currently live in an apartment in beautiful Phoenix, AZ in the United States. Phoenix is literally the hottest city in America; it’s not uncommon for temperatures to reach highs of 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celcius) in the summer. And it’s sunny all year long.

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Jimmy Ng, Ph. D

Jimmy Ng, Ph. D

I write about the real science behind science fiction topics; 3x top writer (science, space, future); semiconductor engineer by day