Without a doubt, many have questioned the efficiency of solar panels. However, some hot nanotubes may somehow improve all that if the testing of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientists goes well.
Layers of carbon nanotubes may yet help out solar panels which seem to have concerns, potentially making it possible to tap on to wavelengths of light to increase their efficiency.
Apparently the combination was able to render an absorber-emitter where the nanotubes absorb concentrated sunlight, their temperature would rise, ending up heating the device to as much as 962 degrees Celsius.
Eventually, the heated crystals would emit light which would eventually absorb and transform more electricity, a breakthrough which should dramatically improve solar energy alternatives.