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September 11th, 2006
Solar energy: Charged for the future
Here are a few highlights of research toward improving the efficiency of solar cells:
Ultrathin, dye-sensitized solar cells called most efficient to date — Researchers in Switzerland have developed dye-sensitized solar cells that have reached the highest efficiencies to date among a new generation of thin film photovoltaic devices that show promise as a low-cost energy source.
Carbon nanotubes could boost efficiency of solar cells — Researchers at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana say they have found a new and promising way to boost the efficiency of solar cells.
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