Yes, using nanotechnology, a new kind of solar panel that captures Infra-red radiation, which is the most abundant of the rays emitted from the sun; Infra-red radiation is also available at night. The only problem with this technology, is that there is currently no way of storing the energy created – though it is being researched.
Another ways is to use the energy you get from the panels during the day to power your home as well as store enough energy to power your home at night through batteries and continuously do that day in ans day out if you have enough batteries to store enough energy to power your home modestly at night.
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