Solar cells

New solar cells for space

Perovskite and organic solar cells prove successful on a rocket flight in space.

A new spin on metal-organic frameworks

An energy transfer process that mimics photosynthesis could help to extract more power from sunlight.

An electrode to improve the stability of the Perovskite Solar Cell

UNIST scientists have come up with a new electrode that could potentially improve the stability of the Perovskite Solar Cell. Scientists have developed a...

Generating electricity from shadows

A shadow is a dark (real image) area where an opaque object blocks light from a light source. Now, scientists have discovered a new...

New highly-flexible and durable polyimide-integrated graphene electrodes

UNIST scientists have demonstrated a graphene-based electrode through direct integration of thermally stable polyimide (PI) on graphene, where PI serves a bifunctional role as...

Flexible, transparent solar skin turns any hard surface into a solar cell

Current solar technologies use rigid and expensive materials. Now, Queensland University engineers have developed a flexible, inexpensive, and thin solar film that is extremely...

Efficient, solution‐processed, hybrid tandem solar cells

A novel technology, capable of maximizing the performance of the existing CQD solar cells has been developed, recently.

Assessing Switzerland’s solar power potential

What if half of Switzerland's rooftops produced electricity?

These anti-solar cells work at night

That's no joke.

Technoeconomic: Slimming down the solar cells

For cheaper solar cells, thinner really is better.

Transparent solar cells with flexibility, and high-efficiency

Stretchable and colorless freestanding microwire arrays for transparent solar cells with flexibility.

Reversing electrons’ course through nature’s solar cells

Switching tracks.

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