Designing Materials For The Perfect Solar Electric Generator

Designing Materials For The Perfect Solar Electric Generator
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Research Into New Solar Electric Generator Technology.

Designing materials such that they release electrons when bombarded by sunlight is a fascinating field for research. Imagine being th scientist that desgins a material that works so well as a solar electron generator that fossil fuels cannot hope to compete.

Imagine if this new material was incredibly cheap and the process that you invented was very easy to reproduce? You would have essentially found a way to provide cheap clean electricity for everyone around the world.

I would be prepared however as this process becomes known that many forces will work to shutdown or silence your discovery. Utilities and fossil fuel lobbist the world over would try to fight to save their dying industries. It is only the forward thinking governments and companies that will help to make this vision a reality.

Of course this is only hypothetical but as a researcher this is what may drive you to get out of bed every morning and go to work to change the world.

How To Become A Solar Electric Generator Researcher.

Check out this very advanced course for material design engineering solar researchers. This field of materials research represents a great opportunity for well paying and socially rewarding careers. It requires a very high level of education and a thorough understanding of math, physics, chemistry and other sciences. ┬áIt is not for everyone but the world needs educated engineers and scientists to focus their efforts on solving some of the most pressing problems that face the world’s population.

Climate change and clean energy is one of these most pressing problems. As of a few years ago we surpassed the level of 400 ppm of co2 in our atmosphere and are heading towards the 500 mark. It is at this point that many scientist believe we will have reached the point on no return. The point where all the ice from both pole and Greenland is melting into the sea.