Breakthrough promises significantly more efficient solar cells

A new technique developed by University of Toronto Engineering Professor Ted Sargent and his research group could lead to significantly more efficient solar cells.In a paper published in the journal Nano Letters, the group describes a new technique to improve efficiency in what are called colloidal quantum dot photovoltaics. It's a technology that already promises inexpensive and more efficient solar cell technology.Read more about Improved colloidal quantum dots to make solar cells more efficientComments

Breakthrough promises significantly more efficient solar cells

A new technique developed by U of T Engineering Professor Ted Sargent and his research group could lead to significantly more efficient solar cells, according to a recent paper published in ...

Thu 7 Mar 13 from Phys.org

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U of T engineering breakthrough promises significantly more efficient solar cells, Thu 7 Mar 13 from Eurekalert

Improved colloidal quantum dots to make solar cells more efficient

A new technique developed by University of Toronto Engineering Professor Ted Sargent and his research group could lead to significantly more efficient solar cells.In a paper published in the ...

Fri 8 Mar 13 from R&D Mag

Engineering breakthrough promises significantly more efficient solar cells

A new technique could lead to significantly more efficient solar cells. Quantum dot photovoltaics offers the potential for low-cost, large-area solar power -- however these devices are not yet ...

Thu 7 Mar 13 from ScienceDaily

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