What energy does a light use?
No, mitochondria are not photoreactive. It is the chlorophyll in chloroplasts that allows them to use light energy. Mitochondria do not have anything in them to do this. Instead, they make energy by breaking apart glucose. They use light energy indirectly.They use glucose as the fuel. Glucose contain energy from sun light
An electric vehicle can use photovoltaic panels (also known colloquially as solar panels) to convert light energy to electricity. However, light energy is extremely difficult to use efficiently (i.e. it does not provide a lot of energy and is difficult to store in case the light source is removed, and systems that can do this are not commercially accessible).