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May 6,2015
Inkjet printing process for kesterite solar cells
A research team has developed an inkjet printing technology to produce kesterite thin film absorbers. Based on the inkjet-printed absorbers, solar cells with total area conversion efficiency of up to 6.4
Source:Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie

May 4,2015
Better battery for storing solar energy?
University of Copenhagen. Here his team is attempting to develop molecules capable of harvesting and holding substantial amounts of solar energy, storing it for significant amounts of time, and releasing it on demand.
Source:University of Copenhagen - Faculty of Science

April14,2015
Harvesting energy from electromagnetic waves
Researchers have developed a novel design for electromagnetic energy harvesting based on the "full absorption concept."
Source:American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Feb 5,2015
Solar and wind power will be the cheapest forms of energy in the future
A new study demonstrates that an energy system based completely on renewable forms of energy will be economically viable in the future. Within ten years, solar and wind power will be the cheapest forms of energy production for Asia's largest energy markets.
Source:Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT