Nanopillars Promise Cheap, Efficient, Flexible Solar Cells

Posted July 10, 2009 on ScienceDaily

Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California at Berkeley have demonstrated a way to fabricate efficient solar cells from low-cost and flexible materials by growing optically active semiconductors in arrays of nanoscale pillars.

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