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Tuesday 20th March 2018
Georgia Tech team show that perovskite semiconductors do not rely on typical rigidly stable chemical foundations
Wednesday 28th February 2018
Monday 26th February 2018
O-Lite module on an experimental mounting system
Friday 16th February 2018
EPFL scientists systematically study the path of the sequential deposition reaction used to build perovskite solar panels. The study is published in Science Advances and offers much-needed, fundamental understanding of perovskite formation and its different stages.
Tuesday 13th February 2018
Cintelliq report shows Oxford PV holds 119 published patents while in second place Sekisui Chemical Co Ltd holds 86
Monday 5th February 2018
At 25.1 percent conversion efficiency,company demonstrates best figures yet for mass-produced single-junction solar modules
Wednesday 31st January 2018
Unencapsulated solar cell held onto 94 percent of its starting efficiency after 1,000 hours of continuous use under ambient conditions
Tuesday 30th January 2018
Monday 29th January 2018
A view inside of the RIR-MAPLE chamber after the thin-film deposition process is over. None of the original frozen solution is left in the centre, as it has all been vaporized to coat the bottom of the target hanging above
Monday 29th January 2018
Unlike the inorganic solar cells widely used today, organics can be made of inexpensive, flexible carbon-based materials like plastic. Manufacturers could churn out rolls of them in a variety of colors and configurations, to be laminated unobtrusively into almost any surface. Photo by Robert Coelius.
Friday 26th January 2018
Thursday 25th January 2018
A scanning electron miscroscope photograph shows the pyramid-like nanostructures engraved onto glass: at 200nm they are 100 times smaller than a human hair. Controlling the surface morphology at the nanoscale allows scientists to tailor how the glass interacts with liquids and light with high precision.
Tuesday 23rd January 2018
A type of battery first invented nearly five decades ago could catapult to the forefront of energy storage technologies, thanks to a new finding by researchers at MIT. Illustration modified from an original image by Felice Frankel
Friday 19th January 2018
Ultra-thin organic solar cells

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