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Scientists Create Liquid Fuel That Can Store The Sun’s Energy For Up to 18 Years

By Carly Cassella Photo by Nantonov/iStock

No matter how abundant or renewable, solar power has a thorn in its side. There is still no cheap and efficient long-term storage for the energy that it generates. The solar industry has been snagged on this branch for a while, but in the past year alone, a series of four papers has ushered in an intriguing new solution.


Scientists Reveal Strange Molecule That Can Store Sun’s Energy For 18 Years

By Trevor Nace

A Swedish research team believes it found the breakthrough renewables was looking for, a solar thermal fuel that can store the sun’s energy for up to 18 years.


Turning Solar Energy Into Liquid Fuel

By Nicolas Zart

Of all the strange things we do as a race on this planet, refining and over-complicating things are some of them. We’re never satisfied with letting things be and often time favor extravagant conspiracy theories over reality. After all, how would the opposing piston engine and the convoluted internal combustion engine system have worked until now otherwise? Even though it has brought us this far, we need to get rid of inefficiency for more effective solar thermal energy storage systems.