The funding is for 48 identified solar projects spanning two SunShot programs designed to advance solar power technologies in the U.S.
As part of its research into organometal halide perovskites, the U.S Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory has developed a spectroscopic technique which it says can ‘capture the moment, less than one trillionth of a second, where a particle of light hits a solar cell and becomes energy.’
Researchers at Australia National University have developed a nanostructure technique to finely control the direction of light. The technique, says ANU, could be applied to tandem perovskite/silicon solar cells.
Researchers from ICL claim to have discovered the cause for the rapid decrease in performance of perovskites. Adding iodide ions may help improve the stability of solar cells.
pv magazine is very pleased to announce the six-member jury that will meet to decide this year’s Technology Highlights feature and award. The award recognizes excellence in PV production materials and equipment supply.
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