The British Columbia University specialists developed accessible, weather-free, universal solar panels producing efficient solar energy for which the scientists created specific types of bacteria that provide solar batteries working. Now so-called synthetic solar panels are widely used, and the authors of new developments offer the “biogene” alternative types.
Scientists claim that in the future solar batteries, which operate effectively with traditional types, will work with more savings. It’s costly, complex, and especially strange for the “green” energy, not ecologically clean. During the new experiments, the “dye” will be kept in the bacteria. In the developing it will be able to increase the solar energy distribution in parts of the world where the weather is more clouded, such as in British Columbia and some countries in North Europe.