Thursday, November 8, 2012

Solar Power More Available at Night

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UNION CITY -- DayStar Technologies has struck a deal to buy a company whose technology could solve a problem that has chilled the solar energy industry: How to make solar power available for electricity usage at night when the sun is gone. While wind power is available day and night, solar is obviously limited to daylight hours. Wind Turbine Repair services make sure energy is renewable by keeping wind turbines in good operating order.

DayStar is planning to buy Premier Global Holdings. Premier Global has rights to a patent pending for a solar conversion unit that can generate and store solar energy within a single unit. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed.

The technology is based on photosynthesis, a process that's similar to the way plants convert light to usable energy.

Union City-based DayStar believes the technology can reduce overall power usage in an electricity grid.