AMBIENT HUMIDITY ENERGY HARVESTERS COULD COMPETE WITH SOLAR CELLS

Leveraging the natural adsorption–desorption exchange of water molecules from ambient air at the interface of a nanoporous mesh of protein nanowires, a team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts has demonstrated a durable form of energy harvesting that could potentially compete with solar cells on volumetric power density. By Julien Happich @ eenewseurope.com Publishing their …

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