Gama Sonic Discovers Morph Technology for Solar Cells

Thus, since the solar cells are integrated into the fixture, Morph Technology offers the flexibility to utilize curved and uneven surfaces.

Upscale outdoor solar lighting solutions maker Gama Sonic has developed a new and innovative technology, termed as Morph Technology, which is able to increase the number of solar cells integrated into light fixtures.

The company said in a statement that, this revolutionary discovery is the process of essentially infusing monocrystalline photovoltaic (PV) cells directly into the lighting fixture – allowing for a greater surface area to fully harness any available sunlight.

Thus, since the solar cells are integrated into the fixture, Morph Technology offers the flexibility to utilize curved and uneven surfaces, it added.

While comparing the limiting capabilities of traditional flat solar panels, the company said that the major benefits of integrating Morph Technology into light fixtures are larger solar panels on a surface area which results in more charging power for a brighter illumination and a longer battery duration.

Moreover, on average traditional solar cells occupy approximately 25 percent to 45 percent of space on a Gama Sonic solar light while with Morph Technology the entire surface area can be utilized, it further said.

Commenting on the achievement, Gama Sonic, General Manager, Itay Parness said, “Because of Morph Technology, we are now able to create more efficient and sustainable outdoor solar lighting fixtures.”

The company further said that it has integrated this patented pending solar technology into some of it’s newer items such as the Topaz Solar Lamp and the Orion Solar Wall Light.

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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