dyed solar cell News

  • Dying for solar power

    Researchers at the University of Turku believe that flexible, lightweight and inexpensive dyes could be used to harvest the power of the sun rather than our relying on costly and fragile semiconductor solar panel that use crystalline silicon. Writing in the International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management this month, Jongyun Moon and colleagues Aulis Tuominen and Arho Suominen, explain ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • First Photovoltaic Glazing in Switzerland

    A facade of 300 m2, composed of dyed solar cells, is being built on the Swiss Tech Convention Center. This first architectural integration of photovoltaic is a new realization of the partnership between Romande Energy and the University to develop a large-scale solar farm and conduct research and development programs. Translucent and colored solar panels, from ...

    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Special report: Something new under the sun

    Common to all solar industry innovations are attempts to mould cells to new materials or environments. The usual conception of a solar farm, which consists of rows of panels lined towards the sun on the landscape, is being challenged by a number of companies seeking to float panels on water. Solaris Synergy, a Jerusalem-based company, is currently floating a solar 'array' on a reservoir in ...

    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Endless Energy - New York Style

    A group of University-based researchers have put together a visionary blueprint for converting all of New York State's electricity, transportation, heating, cooling and industry energy infrastructure to one derived entirely from wind, water, and sunlight and electrolytic hydrogen. Under the plan, the state's 2030 all-purpose end-use power would be provided by onshore wind (10%), offshore wind ...

    By GLOBE Foundation

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