Solar Energy 101 | GCEP Symposium 2010

September 28, 2010 – As part of the Global Climate and Energy Project’s 6th Annual Research Symposium at Stanford University, Nate Lewis, a professor of chemistry at Caltech, provides a beginner’s overview of the concepts behind solar energy generation as well as the current state of the art and its potential role in future energy production. Global Climate and Energy Project Precourt Institute for Energy http Stanford University Channel on YouTube

6 thoughts on “Solar Energy 101 | GCEP Symposium 2010”

  1. he has talked about conversion efficiency but this is a function of radiation byproduct emission, change the temperature of the byproduct and you get more value from the incoming radiation

  2. talking… *sound* … … talking … *sound* talking… *sound*

    Who else got stuck hearing that? Lol… was thera a problem with the microphone? Or does he just make that sound after every sentence he says, lol.

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