‘Invisible Wires’ Could Boost Solar-Cell Efficiency

Stanford graduate Vijay Narasimhan explains how he and colleagues in the Yi Cui Group at Stanford discovered how to hide metal wires in solar cells and funnel light directly to the semiconductor below. The new technique has the potential to improve the relative efficiency of solar cells by 10 percent.
Source: Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy
Read more: kurzweilai.net
The Future of Energy
Solar Power
Solar Panels
The Future of Energy. Solar Power. Invisible Wires Could Boost Solar-Cell Efficiency. Silicon pillars emerge from nanosize holes in a thin gold film

Donate BTC: 1DUUZbiqjbJvzjuRZEwTS47bqgmnhEJ4XG

Donate ETH: 0x981FcEAAa895C6cee76D2876e9AfC649Dc0C4c75

More Posts:

Transparent Samsung Smart Window
Bugatti EB.LA In The Jean Bugatti Prospective Style
Robot Controlled By Brainwaves At 2000 Miles Distance (+VIDEO)
Unique Underwater Travel Experience Onboard Necker Nymph
Future Electronics Will Be Flexible And Transparent Due To Carbon Nanotubes
Hyundai Unveils The Egg-shaped Concept Vehicle Working Similarly To A Helicopter
Michael Anissimov - Transhumanism - Fear, Taboo & Utopia
Noninvasive Brain Control: New Light-Sensitive Protein Enables Simpler, More Powerful Optogenet...
Layers Of Mist Create Mid-Air Touch Screen
Top 10 Technologies