The National Review is reporting that the U.S. is working on a new technology that would make solar panels disappear from the sky.
The idea is to make solar power so cheap that it could be used for things like air conditioning, which would be cheaper than a large-scale, fossil-fuel-powered grid.
The solar technology being worked on is called the “solar sphere,” and it is a new type of solar technology that uses spheres of liquid hydrogen to capture heat from the sun and store it in liquid hydrogen, where it can be pumped to the surface for cooling.
The hydrogen will be used to power the grid, which in turn would use solar energy to generate electricity, according to the New York Times.
That would be a significant win for renewable energy advocates, who argue that cheap energy from solar panels can help create a more reliable, clean-burning grid.
While the technology has not yet been demonstrated, it is being developed in collaboration with the University of California and the University at Buffalo, which have recently joined forces to develop a system that would allow the solar panels to absorb solar energy and store that energy for later use.
This new solar technology would be much cheaper than building a huge array of solar panels on rooftops, but it would be even cheaper to install them in places like schools, according the Times.
While there is a lot of hype around solar panels, it’s not clear whether this new solar system will be a game-changer for the grid or just another gimmick.
In fact, the New Yorkers that are working on this new technology have not actually developed any solar panels.
Instead, they are working with scientists to build a “salt dome” that would trap and absorb heat from sunlight.
This system could potentially be used in places where the heat generated from solar is not suitable for electricity generation, but could also potentially be put in places that do generate electricity.
The technology could potentially create huge solar power plants that can store heat that could be released when needed for cooling, according National Review.
It’s not immediately clear how this technology would work, but the Times reports that it will work by absorbing energy from the Sun’s rays, which is the source of most of the solar energy.
This would mean that the energy would be stored in a salt dome and released into the air.
The New York Post reported in January that the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) had proposed a new system called a “sphere” to capture and store energy from sunlight that would be captured in liquid-like hydrogen.
This is the same system that was used in the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Solar Thermal Science Program, which was designed to create solar energy for the future, but which did not generate enough energy to make a dent in the grid.
There is still no word on how this new, cheaper technology would solve the issue of intermittency, which has been the biggest issue with solar power.
In recent years, there have been major problems with intermittent energy, with intermittent power plants shutting down in a matter of weeks or even months at times, which results in more carbon emissions than if the plants were continuously producing electricity.
But, the problem has also been exacerbated by the fact that the technology is expensive to install, and it can also be difficult to predict the amount of power that will be needed to power intermittent power stations.
As more and more solar power is being installed, more and other technologies will have to be developed to address these problems.
In the meantime, it remains to be seen whether or not this new energy technology will help solve the intermittent power issue.