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Newly observed properties mean graphene could be a highly efficient converter of light to electric power.
A spectrally selective approach could let tablets, e-readers, and windows turn light into power.
Silicon Valley startup gives details about its technology for making highly efficient yet inexpensive solar cells.
Stanford researchers develop a trick that could help dye-sensitized solar cells trap more light.
Nanomaterials could help solar cells convert more sunlight into electricity than once thought possible.
A simple method applies nanoscale texturing over large areas.
Abound Solar says it has a simpler process to make cadmium-telluride solar cells.
The low-cost cells make their debut on electronics-charging bags.
Researchers make cells with near-perfect internal efficiency.