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Tuesday 30th August 2016
Using a heat-resistant device, made of tungsten and alumina layers, researchers from Aalborg University have found that the device can absorb the sun’s broad spectrum radiation and convert it to electricity.
Monday 29th August 2016
Exposed in step-like formation, layers of new photovoltaic cell harvest more of suns energy
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Friday 26th August 2016
Friday 26th August 2016
Dyesol, Cristal and the University of York to investigate optimisation of perovskite solar cell electron capture and transport
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Wednesday 24th August 2016
$300 million market to exceed $10 billion by 2023
Tuesday 23rd August 2016
Hongrui Jiang inspects the alignment of a light source to illuminate new-generation lateral solar cells. The solar cells developed by Jiang’s group harvest almost three times more electricity from incoming light as compared to existing technologies. Photo: Stephanie Precourt - See more at: http://news.wisc.edu/tiny-high-performance-solar-cells-turn-power-generation-sideways/#sthash.zzyID6fP.dpuf Hongrui Jiang inspects the alignment of a light source to illuminate new-generation lateral solar cells. The solar cells developed by Jiang’s group harvest almost three times more electricity from incoming light as compared to existing technologies. Photo: Stephanie Hongrui Jiang inspects the alignment of a light source to illuminate new-generation lateral solar cells. The solar cells developed by Jiang’s group harvest almost three times more electricity from incoming light as compared to existing technologies. Photo: Stephanie Precourt - See more at: http://news.wisc.edu/tiny-high-performance-solar-cells-turn-power-generation-sideways/#sthash.zzyID6fP.dpuf
Friday 19th August 2016
Awarded by LG (from left to right): Kim Eui Sik from Jusung Engineering for assistance in HSE improvement as well as Byung-Joo An from SCHMID Korea and Kong-Sin Park from P&Tech for their equipment technology and service
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Thursday 18th August 2016
Tuning perovskite structures via hydrostatic pressure boosts red light absorption
Wednesday 17th August 2016
Ross Fairley, partner at independent UK law firm Burges Salmon LLP explores the consequences to the industry of leaving the EU
Wednesday 17th August 2016
Company hopes to offset more than $8.6 million worth of electricity costs over 25 years

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