White Room

Videos from UCSB Summit on Energy Efficiency, May 1-2, 2013  

About the White Room

The White Room provides current information relating to new technologies for energy efficiency. Stay connected with the latest news, events, and scientific breakthroughs in this fast moving sector. Use our filters on the left or click here to send a suggestion for content to add.

Current Tag filter:

solar photovoltaic [remove]

Filter by Search:

 

Sort by:

Relevance

Filter by Type:

Article
Blog
Event
News
Report
Slides
Video

Filter by Technology:

Buildings
Control Systems
HVAC
Materials
Modeling
Climate Change
Computing and Networks
Data Centers
Economic Impact
General Information
Electronics
Energy Conversion
Materials
Solar/Photovoltaics
Thermoelectrics
Energy Efficiency Policy
Energy Storage
Batteries
Flywheels
Lighting & Displays
Photonics
Smart Grid
Transportation
Utilities
IBM is developing a highly efficient thin film solar cell using more abundant, cheaper elements than previously used.
Date: 02/10/2010
Type: News
A new law will double the cap on how much energy customers can sell back to utilities.
Date: 02/26/2010
Type: News
Scientists at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have developed a new type of concentrating solar array with a concentrating acrylic lens and reflective walls to focus the sun’s rays onto a strip of photovoltaic (PV) cells, enabling the number of PV cells to be cut by 75 percent.
Date: 03/14/2010
Type: News
Pythagoras Solar plans to commercialize the industry’s first energy efficient, transparent and high power density photovoltaic glass unit (PVGU) for use as a green building material – a solar window.
Date: 07/13/2010
Type: News
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics
RoseStreet Labs Energy Inc. (RSLE) announces a successful laboratory demonstration of its IBand technology, the first known multiband, hgih-efficiency, solar photovoltaic device featuring three distinct light absorption regions integrated into a single layer thin film device.
Date: 07/14/2010
Type: News
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics
Low PV costs and a shaky economy have slowed the development of large-scale concentrating solar power plants, but CSP producers are fighting back.
Date: 07/15/2010
Type: Article
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics
Although some detractors have already written off amorphous silicon (a-Si) photovoltaics, several companies are still developing the technology and improving its efficiency.
Date: 07/15/2010
Type: Article
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics
SolOptics has created a thin polymer film for stick-on texturing on glass or film that improves solar panel efficiency.
Date: 08/02/2010
Type: Article
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics
Given their unobtrusive nature, building-integrated photovoltaics were once touted as the next big thing in solar power. They are now facing a tough challenge in the market, however, due to their higher costs and lower efficiency compared to competing products.
Date: 08/11/2010
Type: Article, News
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics
Unite to Light
The Institute's Unite to Light Program is featured by the Santa Barbara Independent.
Date: 01/17/2011
Technologies: Lighting & Displays

Copyright © 2006-2014 The Regents of the University of California, All Rights Reserved.
Idea EngineeringUC Santa Barbara College of EngineeringPrivacyTerms of Use
UCSB  UC Santa Barbara Engineering & the Sciences College of Engineering Division of Math, Life, and Physical Sciences

energy efficiency