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Ametek GmbH, Germany

Princeton Applied Research (PAR) and Solartron Analytical are the global leaders in Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy thanks to a combined 110 years of instrumentation development knowledge and experience for materials and electrochemical research instrumentation. Our instruments and accessori more

Insolight, Switzerland

Insolight's goal is to make solar energy affordable.Insolight is a startup based in Lausanne, Switzerland. It was founded in 2015 by Laurent Coulot, Florian Gerlich and Mathieu Ackermann, three EPFL alumni passionated by solar energy and technology. The start-up combines the high efficiency of conce more

heliatek GmbH, Germany

Heliatek aims to become a worldwide leading company for a sustainable and carbon free future. The company holds the organic photovoltaic world record in cell efficiency with 13.2%. Combining the know-how in chemical synthesis and applied physics as well as transferring it to volume production, Helia more

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News Solar Cells

  • Less innocent than it looks

    Researchers in the materials department in UC Santa Barbara's College of Engineering have uncovered a major cause of limitations to efficiency in a new generation of solar cells. Various possible defects in the lattice of what are known as hybrid perovskites had previously been considered as the pot more

  • Toward new solar cells with active learning

    Scientists from the Theory Department of the Fritz-Haber Institute in Berlin and Technical University of Munich use machine learning to discover suitable molecular materials. To deal with the myriad of possibilities for candidate molecules, the machine decides for itself which data it needs. How can more

  • Transparent nanolayers for more solar power

    There is no cheaper way to generate electricity today than with the sun. Power plants are currently being built in sunny locations that will supply solar electricity for less than two cents per kilowatt hour. Solar cells available on the market based on crystalline silicon make this possible with ef more

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Videos Solar Cells

New Polymers for Solar Power

As part of the 2015–2016 Fellows’ Presentation Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Scott T. Milner RI ’16 discusses current trends in solar power, how solar cells work, and how polymer-based materials may offer an attractive alternative to silicon. more

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