a unique, cost-effective solar panel system that converts solar rays into usable, alternating currents, feeding the power grid and powering homes.
Climate change demands that we wean ourselves from fossil fuels and change the way future generations power their homes. Queen’s University’s Praveen Jain and SPARQ have teamed up to do just that. They have developed solar panels that will directly convert the sun’s rays into usable alternating current to feed to the grid and power homes.
Their technology promises to accelerate the deployment of renewable solar energy in the most cost effective way.