A new study proposes how thermoradiative technology could be used to make "anti-solar" cells that would work at night. These “anti-solar” cells could revolutionize renewable energy and make it far more proficient.
Researchers at Columbia University, U.S. have developed a way to harness more power from singlet fission to increase the efficiency of solar cells, providing a tool to help push forward the development of next-generation devices.
Physicists are pushing the performance of solar cells to levels never before reached. The ultra-high efficiency material called a tandem perovskite solar cell is being developed to help solve the world energy crisis.
For the first time, researchers have created an iron molecule that can function both as a photocatalyst to produce fuel and in solar cells to produce electricity. The iron molecule could replace the rare metals used today.
The bio-solar cell could offer a sustainable, practical power source for lab-on-a-chip devices, which integrate several laboratory techniques into one system.
Tents, sun shades, and canopies could generate renewable energy with Norway-based company's solar canvas.
Researchers have established a new world efficiency record for quantum dot solar cells, at 13.4 percent.
This could turn 5-7 billion square meters of glass alone into solar power plants, plus power your cell phone and other gadgets.
Scientists have greatly improved the operational stability of perovskite solar cells.
This new solar cell prototype is capable of converting just under half of the available energy from sunlight into electrical power.
A team of scientists has created a low cost, fully printable solar cell that has remained stable in real world conditions for over one year, moving these record breaking solar cells from the lab to the commercial world.
Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee used anthocyanin, a pigment from the jamun fruit, in dye sensitized solar cells.
A new study finds key to produce perovskite solar cells that display both high efficiency (21.2%) and long-term stability (1,000 hours of light exposure).
A group of researchers funded by a Japanese government program develops “industrially compatible” cells.
Researchers have come up with a new perovskite technology that could dramatically increase the efficiency and decrease the cost of solar cells.