Pyramid-Shaped Glass Receptors That Are Eco-Friendly and Pretty

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Feb 3, 2010 • References: greeninc.blogs.nytimes & dvice
Clunky, black solar panels may not be an eco-friendly eyesore for much longer. The Centre for Architecture Scienve and Ecology has developed a series of pyramid-shaped glass receptors that work as efficient solar panels and are easy on the eyes.

The pyramid-shaped glass receptors focus sunlight onto a small solar cell at the center of the each individual pyramid. Here the light is collected and stored and works just like a regular solar panel, however, the transparent glass receptor looks like a prism and so much prettier than its ugly cousin. Stats for Prismatic Solar Panels Trending: Older & Warm
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