13 Year Old Aidan Dwyer was on a hiking trip when he noticed something unique about the branches of the tree. He recognized that there is a spiral mathematical formula based on Fibonacci series specifically in the way how branches and leaves are placed on the tree.
He started creating solar panel models based on different tree structures to gather maximum sunlight and his panel designs collect on an average 2.5 hours more sunlight per day than standard flat panels. This equates to 20 percent more voltage per day and upto 50 percent more voltage per day during winters.
This revolutionary design can make existing flat solar panels defunct and start a new chapter in the efficient ways to collect solar energy.