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In the search for more efficient solar cells, UCLA researchers have developed a new transparent solar cell that points towards the age when windows could become small solar energyfarms without blocking the view. They have developed a new kind of polymer solar cell (PSC) that produces energy by absorbing mainly infrared light (not visible light), [...]
Apartfrom the high costs of solar cells, their low efficiency is alsohampering their attractiveness. Research on ways to improve theefficiency have been going on for a long time, but not many havepromised a dramatic increase in performance, which might herald a solarrevolution. Scientists at the Institute of Condensed Matter and SolidState Optics at Friedrich-Schiller-Universität in [...]
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