Patent filing claims solar energy 'breakthrough'
Ronald Ace, photographed at his home in Laurel, Maryland, May 4, 2013, said his flat-panel "Solar Traps," which can be mounted on rooftops or used in power plants, will shatter barriers that have stymied efforts to make solar energy cheap, clean and reliable.
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#1 May 8, 2013
"The key, he said, is his trapís ability to absorb nearly 100 percent of the sunshine that hits it, while allowing only a tiny percentage of energy to escape, even at ultra-high temperatures."
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Perhaps in a couple of years we will know if the claims are true. It could also turn out to be another EEstor. Right now it's a lot of excitement and vaporware.
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