Sandwiching silicon between a solar cell and its metal contact has allowed researchers in Europe to break sunlight-to-electricity efficiency records, but can these tandem cells be mass produced?

Posted by on November 23, 2018 9:20 pm
Categories: Clean & Renewable Energy

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As reported by Horizon Magazine, sandwiching silicon between a solar cell and its metal contact has allowed researchers in Europe to break sunlight-to-electricity efficiency records, but can these tandem cells be mass produced?

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