Breakthrough for Thin Film Solar Cells

Researchers from from Oregon State University and Yeungnam University in Korea have made an important discovering in using continuous flow microreactors to create new thin film absorbers for solar cells that could significantly reduce the cost of solar energy and reduce the amount of waste produced in their manufacture.

Researchers and those who are supporting this research are hoping to reduce the production costs of solar cells by 50% or more, and to help make the manufacturing process more environmentally friendly.

Oregon State University - Breakthrough in Thin Flim Solar Cells

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