In a new study, researchers have developed a new device that can generate electricity from snowfall.
The device can work in remote areas because it creates its own power and does not need batteries.
The research was conducted by UCLA researchers and colleagues.
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The researchers suggest that the new device makes full use of static electricity.
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When you separate the charges, you can generate electricity.
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The finding is very important for the energy industry. Currently, about 30% of the Earth’s surface is covered by snow each winter.
The snow makes it hard for solar panels to collect solar energy.
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It also can be used in wearable devices to track walking, running, jumping or marching.
The team believes their device is inexpensive and can be manufactured easily.
The senior author of the study is Richard Kaner, who holds UCLA’s Dr. Myung Ki Hong Endowed Chair in Materials Innovation.
The study is published in Nano Energy.
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