NREL has developed 'dark solar' which will reduce the refelectivity of solar panels and boost their energy output. : Nyhetsfoto

NREL has developed 'dark solar' which will reduce the refelectivity of solar panels and boost their energy output.

Upphovsman: Kathryn Scott Osler / Medarbetare
GOLDEN, CO - MAY 20: Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Lab, NREL, has developed a process called 'dark solar' that will cut the reflectivity of solar panels which will boost their energy output. A researcher on the project, Hao-Chih Yuan, holds small round disks of the dark silicon. The one on the right is before it goes through the chemical process and appears as shiny as a mirror. The sample on the left is after it is put through the process and it appears nearly black with more of a matte finish. (Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
Bildtext:
GOLDEN, CO - MAY 20: Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Lab, NREL, has developed a process called 'dark solar' that will cut the reflectivity of solar panels which will boost their energy output. A researcher on the project, Hao-Chih Yuan, holds small round disks of the dark silicon. The one on the right is before it goes through the chemical process and appears as shiny as a mirror. The sample on the left is after it is put through the process and it appears nearly black with more of a matte finish. (Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
Beräkna prisVisa kundvagn
Datum skapat:
20 maj 2013
Redaktionell fil nr:
169431725
Releaseinformation:
Saknar release.Mer information
Begränsningar:
Kontakta ditt lokala kontor för all kommersiell eller marknadsföringsrelaterad användning.
Licenstyp:
RättighetsskyddatRättighetsskyddade produkter licensieras med begränsningar för användningen, till exempel begränsningar av storlek, placering eller användningens längd eller geografiska spridning. Du blir ombedd att uppge information om avsedd användning av produkten, vilket sedan avgör vilka användningsrättigheter som beviljas.
Samling:
Denver Post
Upphovsman:
Denver Post via Getty Images
Högsta tillåtna filstorlek:
2 848 x 1 960 bpkt (100,47 x 69,14 cm) - 72 dpi - 2 MB
Källa:
Denver Post
Objektnamn:
CD20FEATURE_KO27469

Nyckelord

Den här bilden är upphovsrättsskyddad. Getty Images förbehåller sig rätten att vidta åtgärder mot obehöriga användare av bilden eller klippet, och att göra skadeståndsanspråk för intrång på upphovsrätten. Bildens tillgänglighet kan inte garanteras förrän vid köp.
Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Lab NREL has developed a... Nyhetsfoto 169431725Arbeta,Forskning,Horisontell,Sol,USA,Vetenskap och teknologiPhotographer Collection: Denver Post Copyright - 2013 The Denver Post, MediaNews Group.GOLDEN, CO - MAY 20: Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Lab, NREL, has developed a process called 'dark solar' that will cut the reflectivity of solar panels which will boost their energy output. A researcher on the project, Hao-Chih Yuan, holds small round disks of the dark silicon. The one on the right is before it goes through the chemical process and appears as shiny as a mirror. The sample on the left is after it is put through the process and it appears nearly black with more of a matte finish. (Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)