Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Thin Film Solar Power Efficiency Sets World Record at 19.9%

NREL HQ (TGW) – Researchers at the Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) have developed a thin film solar cell that achieves a conversion efficiency of 19.9%, a world record.

Thin film solar cells are the newest competitor to the traditional silicon solar cells, which can be costly because of the price of silicon. Silicon solar cells have been shown to have an efficiency of 20.3%.

Via :: Alternative Energy Info


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