Is it possible to have solar panels one over the other with little space between them to get 10 panel stacked structures to increase the amount of solar energy absorbed? There are four solar panels. Another 4 on top of them leaving some space between this four and the bottom four. In the junction where the 4 panels join if we have a concave lens of very small focal length. This will make the sun rays to converge at f. Now we take a convex lens and fix it in such a way that the its focus will lie on the focus of the concave lens. The convex lens will make the lightrays diverge and this can be made to fall on the 4 solarpanels below. Is this possible? :surprised Next: Can we make transparent solar cells?