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Solar cells with lower cost and higher capacity

Montaser Qasem.

Abstract
Today, as the push toward renewable energy intensifies, the solar power industry is manufacturing and installing solar modules worldwide at record-setting numbers. The vast majority of those solar panels—about 90%—are based on silicon. But because silicon photovoltaic are a mature technology, they are rarely the subject of photovoltaic stories that appear so frequently in the science press.

Key words: Solar cells


 
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