Tags: Solar Cells

A Solar Cell That Does Double Duty for Renewable Energy

Researchers develop an artificial photosynthesis system that generates hydrogen fuel and electricity at the same time In the quest for abundant, renewable alternatives to fossil fuels, scientists have sought to harvest the sun’s energy through “water splitting,” an artificial photosynthesis technique that uses sunlight to generate hydrogen fuel from water. But water-splitting devices have yet […]

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Reliable Raw Material: strengthening the back bone of pv module!

Identifying reliable raw material for any product is a crucial to ensure that the product lives for its lifetime. With the competitive market condition along with requirement of being cost competent selecting correct raw material to strive a perfect balance between commercial and technical terms in the product is a challenge. The scenario in case […]

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Joint Research by Fraunhofer ISE and Heraeus for High-performance Solar Modules: Novel Cell Connector Increases Power by 1.9 W

The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE and Heraeus are researching and optimizing novel, selectively coated cell connectors in a joint research project. The Selectively Coated Ribbon (SCRTM) cell connector achieves an average gain of 1.9 W in conventional 60-cell solar modules. The connector can be used in industrial PV module manufacturing without system […]

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Microlink Devices’ Solar Sheets Power Zephyr UAV Maiden Flight

The combination of high-efficiency and low mass enabled by MicroLink’s ELO inverted metamorphic multi-junction (IMM) solar cells provides superior performance unmatched by any other solar cell technology. America’s MicroLink Devices has provided its epitaxial lift-off (ELO) solar sheet technology to Airbus Defence and Space for the successful launch and landing of the maiden flight of […]

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Bifacial photovoltaics – The Future has two sides

Solar modules are aligned to or even track the sun. The rear of standard solar modules only receives a small fraction of the energy captured by the front of the module. Nevertheless, the back surface can contribute 5% to 30% of the overall energy balance. The word “bifacial” keeps cropping up nowadays in the photovoltaics […]

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Gama Sonic Discovers Morph Technology for Solar Cells

Thus, since the solar cells are integrated into the fixture, Morph Technology offers the flexibility to utilize curved and uneven surfaces. Upscale outdoor solar lighting solutions maker Gama Sonic has developed a new and innovative technology, termed as Morph Technology, which is able to increase the number of solar cells integrated into light fixtures. The […]

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Teamtechnik Presents Successful Adhesive Technology for HJT Cells

The STRINGER TT1600 ECA uses new adhesive technology and low process temperatures to join high-efficiency bifacial HJT (heterojunction) cells. This process reduces thermal and mechanical stress on the sensitive cells and results in a high string quality. teamtechnik, a worldwide technology leader in stringer systems for connecting solar cells, based in Germany, has developed the […]

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Bi-Layer Solar Cell Sets Record for Efficiency

The Solar cell is believed to have converted more than 25 percent of the sun’s energy into electrical power in the category of perovskite-CIGS tandem solar cell. Material scientists from UCLA Samueli School of Engineering have developed a double-layered thin film solar cell that has set efficiency records in generating power from sunlight. The device […]

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