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Organic Photovoltaic Technology May Be Solar Panels Of The Future - Science 2.0

Organic Photovoltaic Technology May Be Solar Panels Of The Future
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I. Etxebarria, A. Guerrero, J. Albero, G. Garcia-Belmonte, E. Palomares, R. Pacios, Inverted vs standard PTB7:PC70BM organic photovoltaic devices.
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Solar Cell Breakthrough: “Artificial Leaf” Beats Photosynthesis At Its Own Game - CleanTechnica

Solar Cell Breakthrough: “Artificial Leaf” Beats Photosynthesis At Its Own Game - CleanTechnica | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
Solar Cell Breakthrough: “Artificial Leaf” Beats Photosynthesis At Its Own Game CleanTechnica When a research team from Germany puts a microorganism from Japan to work in a solar cell, you're either looking at the next iteration of the Godzilla...
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trendssoul: Organic Photovoltaic Cells of the Future

trendssoul: Organic Photovoltaic Cells of the Future | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
Organic Photovoltaic Cells of the Future http://t.co/rN3Fc4YLgE #solar #energy #environment #future #gelecek
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Installation of flexible organic solar cells - YouTube

Fast installation of organic solar cells (ITO-free) on our solar park More info at http://plasticphotovoltaics.org/solar-park (Installation of 3DP flexible organic solar cells: http://t.co/7vPc9wb9Ov)...
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Better Spray On Solar Cells With Perovskite - Energy Matters

Better Spray On Solar Cells With Perovskite - Energy Matters | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
Better Spray On Solar Cells With Perovskite Energy Matters One of the promising fields of solar science is in harnessing organic photovoltaic semiconductors, which can be sprayed or rolled out over large areas like the walls and windows of...
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Could Spray-Painted Solar Cells Be What's Next in Organic Energy?

Solar-powered Banksy murals? No, not just yet. The mythic spray-paintable solar cells we’ve been waiting for since scientists started toying with the idea la... (RT @pm_expo: Could Spray-Painted Solar Cells Be What's Next in Organic Energy?
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The Crucial Influence of Fullerene Phases on Photogeneration in Organic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells - Zusan - 2014 - Advanced Energy Materials - Wiley Online Library

The Crucial Influence of Fullerene Phases on Photogeneration in Organic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells - Zusan - 2014 - Advanced Energy Materials - Wiley Online Library | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
The Crucial Influence of Fullerene Phases on Photogeneration in Organic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells http://t.co/Op7heykeuH
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New Samsung tablet outshines rivals with sharp screen - Reading Eagle

New Samsung tablet outshines rivals with sharp screen - Reading Eagle | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
New Samsung tablet outshines rivals with sharp screen
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The model with the smaller screen is lighter, too. Samsung achieved all this by using a display technology typically limited to smartphones.
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Solar Cell Efficiency Rises By 30% Through Singlet Fission

Solar Cell Efficiency Rises By 30% Through Singlet Fission | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
Scientists were pretty excited when they discovered you could convert light energy directly into electricity by capturing photons in semiconductors, exciting them into “excitons” (bound electron with negative charge and hole with positive), and capturing the resultant current through electrodes. Now a group of four chemists from the University of California, Riverside, has worked out a
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Ultra-fast perovskite solar cell - Annealed in 3 seconds

Ultra-fast annealing of oragnolead halide perovskite in a solar cell using near infra-red emitters.
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Carbon Nanotubes Get Better as Solar Cells - Photonics.com

Carbon Nanotubes Get Better as Solar Cells - Photonics.com | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
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Carbon Nanotubes Get Better as Solar Cells
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Other materials could be incorporated, too, such as organic or inorganic semiconductors that would complement the nanotubes.
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Green power blooms as Japan unveils hydrangea solar cell - Channel News Asia

Green power blooms as Japan unveils hydrangea solar cell - Channel News Asia | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
Channel News Asia Green power blooms as Japan unveils hydrangea solar cell Channel News Asia But Hiroshi Segawa, a professor at University of Tokyo's Research Centre for Advanced Science and Technology, is hoping his dye-sensitised solar cell,...
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Old car batteries could make cheaper, more efficient solar panels - Washington Post

Old car batteries could make cheaper, more efficient solar panels - Washington Post | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
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Old car batteries could make cheaper, more efficient solar panels
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In recent years, researchers have worked on solar cells that use a compound called perovskite.
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New Way of Cooling Solar Cells

New Way of Cooling Solar Cells | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
A group of researchers at Stanford University have developed a new type of coating, which will allow solar cells to cool themselves. This breakthrough would eliminate the need for water and energy intensive coolants and ventilation, which is currently used to cool solar cells. It would also extend the life span of the solar cells considerably. On sunny days solar panels can heat up to 130 degrees Fahrenheit and more, which causes loss of ...

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Simply Layering Solar Cells Could Make Them as Cheap as Natural Gas

Simply Layering Solar Cells Could Make Them as Cheap as Natural Gas | Solar Cells | Scoop.it

It's not uncommon to focus on excotic solutions to making solar power more efficient: new materials, complex tracking systems or unusual physical phenomena. But what about just stacking them on top of each other?


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JOLED – Sony and others create new company to focus on medium ...

JOLED – Sony and others create new company to focus on medium ... | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
A new company has been formed to focus on the development and commercialisation of medium-sized OLED display panels. JOLED has been created by multiple partners including Innovation Network Corporation of Japan ...
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Scaling Up ITO-Free Solar Cells - Galagan - 2013 - Advanced Energy Materials - Wiley Online Library

Scaling Up ITO-Free Solar Cells - Galagan - 2013 - Advanced Energy Materials - Wiley Online Library | Solar Cells | Scoop.it
Indium-Tin-Oxide is light absorbing, expensive and brittle. Can we do away with it in large organic solar cells? http://t.co/x7WUYcSC3T
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Organic light emitting diodes (OLED): new light sources for innovative imaging tasks

Vision Technology Forum 2014 (UK): OLEDs are energy efficient, very thin and a homogeneous area light source. A comparison with LEDs shows some advantages for the perspective use in image processin...
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How To Make A Conductive Plastic Filament For 3D Printing Electronics

This is based on the paper A simple, low-cost conductive composite material for 3D printing of electronic sensors by leigh et al if you want to look it up. W...
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