Scientists create highly transparent solar cells for windows that generate electricity
July 25, 2012 Editor 0
(Phys.org) — UCLA researchers have developed a new transparent solar cell that is an advance toward giving windows in homes and other buildings the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside. Their study appears in the journal ACS Nano.
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