Tuesday, July 9, 2013

World's thinnest solar cell developed by MIT

A team of researchers at MIT have developed a technique to create very thin solar cells which are two molecules thick.  Even though this kind of solar cell offer conversion efficiency of only 1 or 2 percent, it is possible to increase the overall capacity by placing multiple cells on top of other as compared to conventional cells.

For more details please read article on "MIT produces world's thinnest solar cell".

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