New solar cell shows nighttime electricity generation

Australian engineers have proved the hypothesis by generating electricity using night-vision goggles.

With current photovoltaic technology, it may harvest the modest amount of energy generated by solar cells cooling after a long, hot day's labour.

Infrared energy from a warm Earth is diverted into the frigid Universe by chemoradiation.

By heating atoms, you force their electrons to emit low-energy infrared light.

Mercury cadmium telluride makes up the diode (MCT). MCT is used to absorb mid-and long-range infrared light and transform it into a current.

It's not enough to boil water for coffee. This simple endeavour would need enough MCT panels to cover a few city blocks.

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