Japanese Scientists Manage to Beam Energy Wirelessly Through the Air with Pinpoint Accuracy

Japanese scientists have just made a critical breakthrough in wireless energy transmission. According to Phys.Org, researchers used microwaves to deliver 1.8 kilowatts of power through the air to a receiver 170 feet away.
While the distance is not huge, the achievement is being hailed as a critical step toward the development of space-based solar collectors that beam energy back to Earth’s surface.

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