German researchers look at artificial light as fuel source

It is 10,000 times more intense than the Sun's rays, and could one day fuel Germany's car and aerospace industries. Researchers of the Synlight project are looking into artificial light as a form of renewable energy.

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    It is 10,000 times more intense than the Sun's rays, and could one day fuel Germany's car and aerospace industries.

    Researchers of the Synlight project are looking into artificial light as a form of renewable energy.

     

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from the Solar Research Centre, in Juelich.


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