Solar cells made from black silicon
October 5, 2012 Editor 0
Solar cells convert three-quarters of the energy contained in the Sun’s spectrum into electricity – yet the infrared spectrum is entirely lost in standard solar cells. In contrast, black silicon solar cells are specifically designed to absorb this part of the Sun’s spectrum – and researchers have recently succeeded in doubling their overall efficiency.
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