Solar cells would normally be found on the roof or on some flat surface, but for designer Phil Pauley, here are some which can be left floating on water. These are the Marine Solar Cells, a hybrid creation that can similarly harness energy from the sun and the sea as well off shore.
The Marine Solar Cells were made possible with the help of a web of energy generators and floating photovoltaic cells that allows them to be placed anywhere where there is water.
The reflective nature of water enables the solar component’s efficiency to be increased by another 20% or so compared to having it remain stationary on land. The cells can be manufactured using recycled materials and eventually seem like subsea batteries or power plants to deliver needed energy sources by consumers left afloat.