Experimental two-electrode setup showing the photoelectrochemical cell illuminated with simulated solar light. Image: Katarzyna Sokół
Harnessing solar power: new ways to turn sunlight into useful energy - technology science news

Researchers have developed a new method to split water into hydrogen and oxygen in a process that is based on photosynthesis in plants. They created semi-natural conditions by combining natural and man-made components into one device, which produced energy more efficiently than plants. This technological breakthrough may lead to the development of a new platform for developing new solar technologies.

Read the full story: St. John’s College – University of Cambridge
Scientific publication: Nature Energy