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Mimicking nature, water-based ‘artificial leaf’ produces electricity

Scientists have shown that water-gel-based solar devices — “artificial leaves” — can act like solar cells to produce electricity. The findings prove the concept for making solar cells that more closely mimic nature. They also have the potential to be less expensive and more environmentally friendly than the current standard-bearer: silicon-based solar cells. View full […]

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Funneling solar energy: Antenna made of carbon nanotubes could make photovoltaic cells more efficient

Using carbon nanotubes (hollow tubes of carbon atoms), chemical engineers have found a way to concentrate solar energy 100 times more than a regular photovoltaic cell. Such nanotubes could form antennas that capture and focus light energy, potentially allowing much smaller and more powerful solar arrays. View full post on ScienceDaily: Solar Energy News

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