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Organic Photovoltaic Cells

Organic Photovoltaic cells have been revolutionizing the energy domain over the past decade, and researchers have continually invented new models of photovoltaic cells with enhanced efficiency. Along similar lines, a team of researchers in China conducted extensive research and testing to produce high-efficiency photovoltaic cells. The efficiency achieved by these photovoltaic cells is easily the highest amongst all the marks recorded over the past decades. The efforts to produce efficient

Plans to Power Steel Industry through Clean Energy in Austria

Scientists, researchers, and environmentalists are on a quest to find environment-friendly ways of clean energy production. Along the same lines, a team of researchers has put forth the world’s largest pilot project for producing green hydrogen. Hydrogen fuel has several applications such as powering various modes of transport and rocket engines. It is anticipated that hydrogen, along with electricity, will emerge as an important energy type in the coming years.

Microgravity

An environment of microgravity has proved useful for conducting a number of experiments and has even created opportunities for new breakthroughs in chemical sciences. In a similar feat, a team of renowned international researchers has found a way of increasing the efficiency of generating solar hydrogen in a milieu of microgravity. The researchers made their observations and drew inferences from the fall of a photo-electrochemical cell from a drop tower.

Biogenic Solar Cell

A team of researchers from University of British Columbia has found a low-cost way and viable way to develop a solar cell using bacteria called as Biogenic Solar Cell that is able to convert light energy to electrical energy, reported by a journal called Small. The researchers’ team found a solution to leave the dye in the bacteria. Previously in order to make a biogenic solar cell, the natural dye

Singlet Fission Process

Scientists at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) are currently working on a joint research project to generate more electricity from solar cells. The scientists also plan to conduct further research on the singlet fission process along with the Argonne-Northwestern Solar Energy Research (ANSER) Center situated United States. Together with Prof. Michael Wasielewski from the ANSER Center, the researchers from FAU have now managed to clarify some extraordinarily significant aspects of Singlet Fission