Scientists in Madrid investigated the use of antireflective coatings in multijunction solar cells, drawing several conclusions that could further improve the efficiency of these cells. Their approach could improve on current antireflective coatings, particularly for high-efficiency multijunction cells, using methods and materials already proven in mass production.
The funds come, on the one hand, from the regional government of Saxony-Anhalt and on the other, from the German central government.
The British-German perovskite startup has closed series D funding with another £34 million to bring the money raised in the round to £65 million.
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