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Monday 24th July 2017
Researchers have demonstrated how a non-toxic alternative to lead could form the basis of next-generation solar cells.
Monday 17th July 2017
NEXT CTO, Corey Hoven holds an 8"x 8" functional prototype
Thursday 13th July 2017
GaSb technology captures nearly all of the energy in the solar spectrum
Tuesday 4th July 2017
There has been substantial investment in the application of digital technology within the solar sector, leading to rapid innovations, resulting in one of the most flexible forms of power generation available. Alison Finch, Chief Marketing Officer, Huawei Solar Europe explains.
Monday 22nd May 2017
Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Vehicle Research Section and Photovoltaic Section are building on the proven concept of autonomous cooperative soaring of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs
Sunday 12th February 2017
Sunday 12th February 2017
Using hot polarons to harvest sunlight
Wednesday 1st February 2017
Researchers combine quantum physics and photosynthesis to make discovery that could lead to highly efficient, green solar cells In a light harvesting quantum photocell, particles of light (photons) can efficiently generate electrons. When two absorbing channels are used, solar power entering the system through the two absorbers (a and b) efficiently generates power in the machine (M). Credit: Nathaniel Gabor and Tamar Melen
Tuesday 31st January 2017
Dr Anita Ho-Baillie with perovskite cell.
Monday 3rd October 2016
An article in Advanced Materials, authored by ICN2 researchers Dr Amador Pérez-Tomás, Prof Mónica Lira-Cantú and ICREA Prof Gustau Catalan, reports the largest photovoltaic field ever observed in a photovoltaic device.
Monday 12th September 2016
A flexible semiconductor for electronics, solar technology and photo catalysis
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.
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

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