This Tiny Glass Pyramid Could Make Solar Panels Cheaper Than Ever

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  • Researchers at Standford University developed a device that can concentrate light that falls on it from any angle and at any frequency and then direct it to a single point on the panel.
  • This can increase the power generation capacity of solar panels.
  • The device is called Axially Graded Index Lens and looks like a glass pyramid in an inverted position.

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