Imagine producing fuel in your own home using a man-made leaf, sunlight and water. This idea is now reality, thanks to Harvard researchers who are discovering and creating new processes and new materials to change the energy landscape.
Researchers at Harvard have developed a means of using solar energy to convert water into a liquid fuel.
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We spoke with the Solar Impulse 2 solar-powered plane's pilot, Bertrand Piccard, during the final leg of his trip around the world. The Solar Impulse 2 is is just hours away from making history as the first airplane to fly around the world using only sunlight for fuel.
Pilot Bertrand Piccard safely landed the Solar Impulse 2 solar-powered plane in Abu Dhabi this evening completing the plane's historic flight around the world using only sunlight for fuel. The trip began in Abu Dhabi on March 9, 2015, and concluded July 25, 2016, making aviation history and proving that solar technology can power just about anything.
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After 18 months, Solar Impulse's sun-powered circumnavigation is complete, as the pilot hails a "new era in aviation."
The Solar Impulse 2 takes off from Seville, Spain, en route to Cairo, Egypt, in the penultimate leg of its journey around the planet.
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