solar cell technology

Chlorophyll Molecule Could Be Key to Better Solar Cells: Study

A team of Japanese researchers for the first time found the location and functions of a newly discovered chlorophyll molecule called ‘Chl f’ which can prove to be a key for better solar cell technology, says the new study. As per the new study, which was published in the Nature Communications, a team of researchers […]

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SERIS Launches Fully Screen-Printed Monopoly Silicon Solar Cell Technology for Mass Production

MonoPoly, the solar cell technology developed by SERIS is bifacial and can be applied to both n-type and p-type wafers. The Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has reached a new cell efficiency milestone in the development of its low-cost screen-printed bifacial monoPoly silicon solar cell technology, […]

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Researchers develops Tiny High-Performance Solar Cells That Turns Power Generation Sideways

Engineers at the University of Wisconsin—Madison have developed high-performance, micro-scale solar cells that can harvest almost three times more electricity from incoming light as compared to existing technologies. According to the researchers the miniature solar panels could power myriad personal devices — wearable medical sensors, smartwatches, even autofocusing contact lenses. The new, small cells, described […]

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Researchers develop innovative solar absorber that can harness more sunlight

Researchers have discovered a novel way to significantly increase the amount of sunlight that a solar absorber can convert into heat. By converting solar energy into heat, the solar absorber can help make sustainable technologies that rely on solar heat more efficient and affordable. The team’s novel fabrication technique involves patterning a solar absorber with […]

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New Materials can be a breakthrough in Solar Cell Technology

A Solar PV assemblage is contained 100s to 1000s of solar cells that discretely switch radiant daylight into electrical streams. The normal solar cell is around 15% proficient, which implies almost 85% of the daylight that hits them doesn’t get changed over into power. After considering all the above theories, Scientists have continually been exploring […]

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