Innovalight Pushes Solar Ink to Record Efficiency

By Camille Ricketts on September 9, 2009

Innovalight, maker of liquid-like silicon cells that convert sunlight into energy, announced that its product has achieved 18 percent efficiency, a record for so-called solar inks. Given that typical solar panels are 12 percent efficient on average, this is quite the achievement — especially considering all of the unique applications for solar cells that you can print straight onto silicon.

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