Solar Cells Performance Boosted Up With Graphene



graphene, Solar Cells, alternative energy
Team of scientists from Michigan Technological University tried to make use of graphene electric conductivity. They successfully mixed it with titanium dioxide creating a paste to generate around 52 percent more current and raise the solar cells efficiency. This process was successfully presented at the US Egypt Joint Workshop in March.
Via: EcoFriend.com

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