Sunflowers, a Study in Solar Efficiency

there's 137 degrees between florets in there somewhere.

How do you gather the most sun in the least amount of space? Who does it better than anything else?  What else than a flower named for it, a sunflower. Math Engineer, Alexander Mitsos, from MIT used numerical optimization to find  the most efficient space design for concentrating solar power plants, like Gemsolar in Spain.  In… Continue reading Sunflowers, a Study in Solar Efficiency