A discovery related to the storage of solar power was made at MIT in 2008. It’s not ready to go commercial yet, but the innovators hope that it will be viable on a large scale within the next 10 years (or 8, from now). The new technology involves breaking water molecules into separate elements, then later recombining them to create (or re-create, if you wish) electricity. According to the article below, it requires more research and engineering before it can be integrated into modern photovoltaic (solar) systems.
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