I am a free-energy enthusiast and am trying to build a solar cell in which the light that is reflected and focused by a parabolic mirror can power. Being that the light is focused, I think that it will produce more wattage than normal. However, I can’t find a solar cell that will produce enough watts or current for the 6in. circle of focal point. Maybe if the cell was more dense or something. This really has me stumped and I’d really appreciate any answers that anyone could provide. Thanks.
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